'Fortnite' Publisher Epic is Suing Two Alleged Cheaters

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'Fortnite' Publisher Epic is Suing Two Alleged Cheaters

Let's be straight for a second, nobody likes playing with cheaters.

Two players referred to as Mr. Broom and Mr. Vraspir are accused of violating the terms of service and End User License Agreement by cheating in Battle Royale. Today it claimed an even meatier figure, saying that the standalone Fortnite Battle Royale mode has pushed past ten million players, all by itself, since its debut two weeks ago.

According to the complaints, both defendants offer technical support for AddictedCheats.com and, with cheats the site provides, monitor streams and intentionally prevent streamers from winning. The company already stated that it's banned thousands of accounts but that that it will also be "exploring every measure to ensure these cheaters are removed and stay removed from Fortnite Battle Royale and the Epic ecosystem".

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Last week, Epic announced that Fortnite, it's multiformat game of building and defending bases, had amassed more than seven million players. While Battlegrounds explicitly forbids cheating and stream-sniping in its rules of conduct, Fortnite'sonly explicitly forbids cheating. When asked why he stream snipes other players, he allegedly said, "Because its [sic] fun to rage and see streamers cry about how loaded they are and then get them stomped anyways". "Epic Eat my ass".

"4. Defendant's cheating, and his inducing and enabling of others to cheat, is ruining the game playing experience of players who do not cheat". Fortnite cheating became epidemic following the release of the free Battle Royale multiplayer mode. "We take cheating seriously, and we'll pursue all available options to make sure our games are fun, fair, and competitive for players".

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