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Apple has made roughly $360 million in revenue over the last three years from "Fortnite," the online game now fighting Apple over its App Store fees. Epic Games, the maker of "Fortnite," sued Apple on Thursday over its 30% commission on all in-app purchases through the App Store. Earlier this week, Apple removed "Fortnite" from the app store after Epic Games tried to skirt Apple's commission. Fortnite has been installed over 133 million times and seen $1.2 billion in spending worldwide on the App Store to date, according to analytics firm Sensor Tower. Roughly 30% of that revenue went to Apple. Meanwhile, Fortnite was downloaded 11 million times and generated $10 million in spending on the Google Play store since it first debuted there in April 2020. Epic Games is involved in a similar dispute with Google, which also charges 30% commissions. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Before Epic Games sued Apple over its App Store fees, it was a cash cow for the tech giant, bringing in $360 million in revenue for Apple through its "Fortnite" app alone. A brewing conflict between the Epic Games and Apple exploded into the public eye on Thursday, when Apple removed Epic Games' "Fortnite" from the App Store for attempting to skirt Apple's 30% commission on all in-app purchases. Epic Games responded by suing Apple, accusing it of anticompetitive behavior. "Apple's removal of Fortnite is yet another example of Apple flexing its enormous power in order to impose unreasonable restraints and unlawfully maintain its 100% monopoly over the iOS in-app Payment Processing Market," Epic said in its lawsuit.  Epic Games also sued Google several hours later on Thursday for its similar enforcement of commissions on the Google Play store. Data provided by app analytics firm Sensor Tower to Business Insider shines a light on just how much money Apple and Google were making from "Fortnite," which has hundreds of millions of players across the globe. "Fortnite" is free to download — which has contributed to its popularity — but encourages players to spend money on in-game purchases, which are subject to commissions from Apple or Google. Since its release in 2017, "Fortnite" has been installed 133.2 million times and seen $1.2 billion in spending worldwide on the App Store alone, according to Sensor Tower. In the last 30 days, it was installed 2.4 million times and generated $43.4 million in revenue on the App Store. Apple has taken a 30% commission on "Fortnite's" App Store revenue, representing $360 million total. Meanwhile, "Fortnite" was downloaded 11 million times and generated $10 million in spending on the Google Play store since it first debuted there in April 2020, according to Sensor Tower. Of those, 2 million installs and $3.3 million in spending came in the last 30 days. Google also imposes a 30% commission on app revenue, meaning Google made roughly $3 million from Fortnite. Representatives for Google, Apple, and Epic Games did not immediately respond to requests for comment.Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why American sunscreens may not be protecting you as much as European sunscreens
Epic Games sued Apple and Google on Thursday for booting its popular video game "Fortnite" from their app stores, accusing the companies of engaging in monopolistic behavior. It's the latest escalation in a long-running fight between the tech giants and app developers, who claim Apple and Google unfairly wield their control over mobile app marketplaces and operating systems to stifle competition. The lawsuits also come as lawmakers and regulators are growing more concerned that tech companies have become too powerful and are threatening to crack down. Here's what you need to know about Epic's feud with Apple and Google and why it matters. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Why did Epic sue Apple and Google? On Thursday morning, Epic announced a permanent 20% discount on the in-game currency players use within "Fortnite" to purchase upgrades and customize their characters. But Epic said it couldn't offer the same discount to mobile players because Apple and Google take a 30% cut of all in-app purchases. Instead, Epic introduced a way for players to pay it directly within the iOS and Android apps, saying it could then pass along the savings to them. But in bypassing Apple and Google's payment systems, Epic broke their app store rules, and the companies swiftly removed "Fortnite." Epic immediately fired back with dueling lawsuits and a video roasting Apple's most iconic ad, accusing the tech giants of engaging in monopolistic behavior with their app store policies, the latest broadside in its ongoing battle with the companies. Why does Epic say Apple and Google's policies are unfair? For years, app developers like Epic have taken issue with the 30% commission Apple and Google charge on in-app purchases, which developers say the companies can only get away with because they dominate the mobile operating system market (most smartphones run on iOS or Android) and make it nearly impossible to download apps outside of their own app stores. In its lawsuit against Google, Epic claimed that through a variety of legal, technical, and design obstacles including "scary, repetitive security pop-ups" to warn users about non-Play Store app downloads, Google had "installed itself as an unavoidable middleman for app developers who wish to reach Android users and vice versa." Epic also said in an FAQ on its website that Apple doesn't treat all developers the same, and allows "thousands of apps" including "Amazon, Grubhub, Nike SNKRS, Best Buy, DoorDash, Fandango, McDonald's, and StubHub" to collect direct payments. Who else is on Epic's side? Several major developers have already rallied behind Epic. Spotify, which sued Apple over separate but related antitrust issues last year, told Recode's Peter Kafka that "Apple's unfair practices have disadvantaged competitors and deprived consumers for far too long." A spokesperson for Match Group, which owns dating apps such as Tinder, Hinge, Match, and OkCupid, told Business Insider "we fully support Epic Games' efforts today to show how Apple uses its dominant position and unfair policies to hurt consumers, app developers and entrepreneurs." Others have yet to speak out on Epic's lawsuits specifically, but have taken issue with Apple's in-app payment policies in the past. Subscription-based email app Hey sparred with Apple in June, and Stratechery author Ben Thompson tweeted that other developers had experienced similar issues. What have Apple and Google said in their defense? Apple said in a statement following its decision to remove "Fortnite" that its policies "create a level playing field for all developers and make the store safe for all users." Apple also said developers like Epic "have benefited from the App Store ecosystem — including its tools, testing, and distribution that Apple provides to all developers." Google issued a similar statement in response to Epic's lawsuit, saying it has "consistent policies that are fair to developers and keep the store safe for users," adding that "the open Android ecosystem lets developers distribute apps through multiple app stores." Why does this fight matter? As Business Insider's Troy Wolverton wrote, Epic's deliberate violation of Apple's policy appeared to be part of a calculated ploy to lure Apple into an "antitrust trap" by provoking it into "flexing its enormous power" over app developers. Epic's move thrusts both Apple and Google back into the antitrust spotlight just weeks after their CEOs were grilled during a congressional hearing by lawmakers who argued the companies were unfairly using their size and market power to stifle competition. Apple CEO Tim Cook was specifically questioned about how Apple treats developers, and while Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google parent Alphabet, fielded more questions about how Google uses search results to favor its own products, regulators have raised similar concerns about its Play Store and Android policies. Apple and Google are both currently facing multiple antitrust lawsuits and regulatory investigations, and Epic's case could add fuel to the fire. Additionally, Epic may prove to be a more fierce challenger simply because its own success as a company isn't as dependent on either Apple or Google. While "Fortnite" is available on iOS and Android, a substantial amount of users play the game on desktop computers or gaming consoles like Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 4.Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How waste is dealt with on the world's largest cruise ship
Apple on Thursday removed the popular game Fortnite from its App Store, and in doing so, fell right into the trap set by Fortnite's maker, Epic Games. Epic set its snare by intentionally breaking one of Apple's rules, offering Fortnite players an alternative way to pay for its virtual currency than through the App Store. Apple's response of banning Fortnite is likely to help Epic win public relations battle — and served as a case in point for the lawsuit it immediately filed charging the iPhone maker with anticompetitive behavior. The way Apple runs the App Store has come under increasing scrutiny, but Epic's suit, which lays out a damning case against the company, could be its biggest challenge yet. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Tim Sweeney just led Apple right into an, ahem, epic trap — one that just might cause the iPhone maker some serious harm.  Epic Games, Sweeney's company and the maker of the popular Fortnite game, is accusing Apple of anticompetitive conduct. And on Thursday, Epic showed the world how. By deliberately breaking one of Apple's App Store rules, Epic provoked Apple into flexing its unchecked power, providing Exhibit A in the lawsuit that Epic had ready to go. Now, the other Tim — Apple CEO Tim Cook — has got to be shaking his head in wonder at how easily his company fell right into Epic's snare. The dispute between the two companies centers around Apple's control over the distribution of apps on iPhones and iPads. Apple device owners can only download apps from the company's App Store. If developers charge consumers for their apps, Apple takes a 30% cut. The company also gets a 30% cut off of sales of most digital goods — subscriptions, digital movies or books, virtual clothing for video game characters — that developers sell through their apps. Apple preloads its App Store on all iPhones and iPads and forbids any alternative methods of downloading apps. It also requires developers who offer in-app goods to use its payment mechanism and forbids them not only from using alternatives but, essentially, from even mentioning in their apps that users could buy the same products elsewhere for less money. Developers are unhappy, but feel they don't have a choice Developers have been grousing about such rules for years. Apple's 30% tax is exorbitantly high, they argue. And developers who already have payment processing services that they use on their websites or in other venues feel like they shouldn't have to pay for Apple's. But many developers feel they have no choice. Although more people use Android devices than Apple iOS devices,  there are still some 1.5 billion Apple gadgets in use around the world — a huge market that developers would forfeit if they abandoned the App Store. And users of Apple devices collectively spend nearly twice as much on apps as do owners of Android gadgets. Apple has long argued that it bars other app stores and payment services as a security measure and that it applies such rules even-handedly across all developers. Unlike other tech giants that dominate their primary markets — Google in search, Facebook in social networking, and Amazon in ecommerce — Apple has largely flown under the radar because it doesn't dominate its primary market, smartphones. But the company's iron-clad grip over the App Store has started to garner increasing attention. Last year, Spotify filed a complaint against Apple with the European Commission charging the iPhone maker with anticompetitive behavior related in part to the commissions it charges on purchases made through the App Store. Last month, members of Congress zeroed in on such conduct in a hearing focused on Apple and the other tech giants. Additionally, the US Department of Justice and a collection of states attorneys general are reportedly preparing to launch an investigation the company. Epic could prove dangerous for Apple But Epic could prove to be the most dangerous antagonist to date for Apple. Epic is a powerful company in and of itself, and one of the few that could potentially thrive without Apple. But it's also a dangerous foe for the iPhone maker because it showed in a series of moves on Thursday just how cunning it can be.  Earlier on Thursday, Epic lured Apple into a trap by deliberately violating Apple's App Store rules. Epic gave iPhone users a way to purchase V-bucks, the virtual currency in Fortnite, directly from Epic rather than through Apple's App Store. The move directly violated Apple's rules against offering alternative methods for users to pay for in-app purchases. Hours after Epic included the option, Apple removed Fortnite from the App Store, arguing that Epic was violating its rules and seeking special treatment. That move in and of itself could hurt Apple by infuriating the millions of Fortnite players who will no longer be able to download or update it on their Apple devices. There's a good chance they'll turn their ire on Apple, rather than Epic, when they find out why they can no longer get the game. But the bigger problem for Apple is what came next. Epic was obviously expecting Apple's decision to eject Fortnight, because shortly thereafter, the company sprung the final part of its snare. It filed a lawsuit charging Apple with trying to illegally block competition in the markets for app distribution and in-app purchases on iPhones and iPads — and cited Apple's response to its discounted V-buck offer as a primary case in point. "Rather than tolerate this healthy competition and compete on the merits of its offering, Apple responded by removing Fortnite from sale on the App Store," Epic said in its legal complaint. "Apple's removal of Fortnite," it continued, "is yet another example of Apple flexing its enormous power in order to impose unreasonable restraints and unlawfully maintain its 100% monopoly over the iOS In-App Payment Processing Market." Epic anticipated Apple's argument Epic's lawsuit also anticipated Apple's argument that the company was seeking special treatment. Although the lawsuit notes numerous times that it's been harmed financially by Apple's rules, Epic chose not to seek compensation from Apple for itself. Nor is it seeking that Apple be barred from enforcing rules just against it. Instead Epic is asking the US District Court for Northern California to declare Apple's rules "unlawful and unenforceable" in general and to issue an injunction barring its allegedly anticompetitive conduct being directed against any developer. In other words, Epic is painting itself as the champion of all app makers. It even did that just about literally in a video parodying Apple's famous 1984 ad. Only in Epic's recasting of the dystopian TV commercial, Apple's no longer the upstart but has instead taken over IBM's role of Big Brother. But Epic's lawsuit isn't just a public-relations move. The complaint lays out a well-reasoned and damning argument about Apple's power, about how little ability developers or consumers have to challenge that power, and what Apple's essentially unchallengeable rules are costing developers and consumers alike. "By imposing its 30% tax, Apple necessarily forces developers to suffer lower profits, reduce the quantity or quality of their apps, raise prices to consumers, or some combination of the three," Epic said in its suit. It smartly buttresses that argument by contrasting the cost of payment processing through other vendors — as little as 2.6% in some cases — with Apple's rate. And it reinforces its case with documents that were recently released by the House of Representatives in connection with that body's investigation into the tech giant's alleged anti-competitive conduct, such as an email from Steve Jobs that frankly acknowledged that its 30% commission would be "prohibitive for many things." The suit has got to be worrisome for Apple not just because of the case Epic makes, but because of the risks. Much of Apple's growth in recent years — and its surging stock price — has been sparked by its services business. Although its services business includes a lot of disparate offerings, a big portion of its revenue comes from the App Store. Were Apple's App Store business upturned, the company might not have such a great story to sell Wall Street. But Apple — just as Sweeney seemed to expect — fell right into Epic's trap. It now has to find its own way out. Got a tip about Apple? Contact Troy Wolverton via email at [email protected], message him on Twitter @troywolv, or send him a secure message through Signal at 415.515.5594. You can also contact Business Insider securely via SecureDrop. Read more about Epic's battle against Apple: Read Apple's response for removing 'Fortnite' from the App Store after Epic Games skirted the tech giant's controversial 30% fee The developer behind 'Fortnite' is suing Apple after the iPhone maker yanked the game from the App Store Apple just removed 'Fortnite' from the App Store, and the company behind the game hit back with a scathing video that roasts the iPhone maker's most iconic ad 'Fortnite's' Epic Games learned how to evade Apple's 30% rate before it got kicked off the App Store. Here's why developers have long been concerned by the fee. SEE ALSO: Big Tech's CEOs wrapped themselves in the flag and warned about China. Here's why their patriotic appeal was meaningless, misleading, and should be ignored. Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why thoroughbred horse semen is the world's most expensive liquid
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Millions likely to get kicked into credit monitoring dealIt’s been a year since hapless credit-monitoring company Equifax admitted hackers gained access to the personal details of some 175 million people on its servers – and it has marked the anniversary with an extra legal hurdle for those seeking compensation.Not only are those folks unlikely to get the $125 they were publicly promised – thanks to the FTC agreeing to a fixed cash fund for all victims – Equifax is now forcing those who applied for the dosh to jump through additional hoops.And if you don’t do what the company wants, within its deadline, you can kiss that money goodbye.In it, Equifax explains that even though you found out about its settlement, and found the online address where you had to apply, and even though you inputted in all the details you were asked for, and even though you selected to take the cash option, you now need to provide it with more information.You’ve got until October 15 to (re)confirm that you already have a credit monitoring service.
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Roughly years ago, Intel flexed its enormous power as one of the PC industry’s leading component manufacturers to improve the quality of the world’s laptops with one word: “Ultrabook.” Intel poured hundreds of millions of dollars into a marketing campaign for the industry’s latest laptops, but the publicity came with a condition: those laptops would have to meet exacting standards for thinness, weight, responsiveness and battery life.Facing down the sizable challenge of the then-amazing MacBook Air, the PC industry signed on — and within a few years, the quality of Windows hardware had undeniably changed for the better.Flimsy plastic machines gave way to metal, less lag became the norm, and incredible machines like the Dell XPS 13 and HP Spectre x360 emerged from the melee.But today, we’re learning that Intel forgot to bring the most important component: an actual brand.As we discovered earlier this month, Project Athena isn’t going to be a meaningless marketing campaign.In fact, Intel has set its sights on killing off one of the biggest lies the PC industry ever told laptop buyers: battery life.