The game company is suing Ronald Sykes for violating the privacy statement about Fortnite Chapter 2. Accordingly, Sykes was the one who released information about Chapter 2, to the detriment of Epic Games and people in the community Fortnite.
Epic claims Sykes, who tried out new content in late September, ruined the surprise by leaking details of Season 11. Sykes allegedly posted information related to Fortnite Chapter 2 on two other accounts. together. He even posted an image of the new map.
The company is seeking maximum damages for breach of confidentiality and misappropriation of trade secrets from the time of content testing. Epic stated in the lawsuit that the leak caused the game studio to suffer huge financial losses.
Before the end of Season 10, many data testers revealed content such as the ability to use boats, maps and new characters. In addition, the Italian App Store also revealed the title of the previous Season 11 (Fortnite Chapter 2).
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