PUBG recently withdrew its copyright claim against Epic Games. PUBG, one of the popular games of recent years, has filed a copyright lawsuit for Fortnite, one of its greatest competitors. PUBG Corp. is headquartered in Korea, where copyright Fortnite developer Epic Games is to open infringement proceedings were withdrawn.
The popularity of PUBG or PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, which has been able to hit the mark of 2017, has increased day by day and Epic Games has added Battle Royale mode to its game Fortnite, which is similar to PUBG.
PUBG Corp’s withdrawal of the case against Epic Games has not been announced yet, and it is unclear why there has been a compromise between PUBG and Epic Games. Tencent Holding, one of the shareholders of PUBG, has a feeling in both PUBG and Epic Games.
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PUBG, which has been at the forefront of the most popular games on mobile platforms in 2017, has suffered serious injuries in the past few months. Having suffered a significant decline in their monthly income, PUBG was behind Fortnite in terms of monthly income.
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