Judge Partially Grants Epic’s Request for Temporary Restraining Order Against Apple


Epic Games has partially won its request for temporary restraining order against Apple. Following a hearing today, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers has ruled that Apple cannot terminate the developer account of Epic Games (protecting Unreal Engine) but need not restore Fortnite to the App Store.
In her analysis, the Judge found that Epic Games' current predicament in regards to Fortnite appears to be of its own making. She suggests the sensible way to proceed would be for Epic to comply with Apple's guidelines while making its case against them in court.
"[t]he sensible way to proceed is for [Epic to comply with the agreements and guidelines] and continue to operate while it builds a record."

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