South Korea's PUBG Corp., the studio behind PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds sued Epic Games' South Korean branch for alleged copyright infringement in Fortnite .
The popularity of PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds has fallen in the wake of Fortnite 's success, with the number of players reduced by half. Some streamers have also focused on Epic's play and cast PUBG, aside, as it's fun again.
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As Bloomberg reports that's not it For the first time, PUBG Corp. another studio for alleged copyright infringement brought to justice. Last spring, it sued China's Netease for its copyright claims in mobile games Survival Rules and Messer Out .
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Things between Epic and PUBG Corp. are, well, rather complex. PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds Bloomberg points out that it was made in Epic's Unreal Engine and China's Tencent is involved in both companies.
This latest lawsuit, like PUBG Corp. "Epic Games" has reportedly not responded to a comment.
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