Epic Games is still hard at work trying to make Fortnite: Battle Royale cheater-free, and that includes dealing with the two cheaters the company recently filed lawsuits against. One of the cases, against a minor, is still going forward, but the other appears to have come to a resolution.
As reported here, Minnesotan Charles “Joreallean” Vraspir has settled his copyright infringement and breach of contract case with Epic. Vraspir will not face any penalties unless he persists in “creating, writing, developing, advertising, promoting, and/or distributing anything that infringes Epic’s works now or hereafter protected by any of Epic’s copyrights.” If he does, he faces a $5,000 fine.
Meanwhile, Epic is fighting back against the mother of the other accused cheater, a minor, who claimed that Epic made the defendant’s personal information public by submitting his name and address in a letter to the court. Epic countered by saying it didn’t know he was a minor and that it was, in fact, the mother who made such private details public. I am not a lawyer, but … yeah, that’s all I’ve got. I’m not a lawyer, so I’ll just sit back and let the courts sort this messy affair out.