Epic has accused Apple of unfairly using its App Store’s power to take a cut of the money made in Fortnite, a popular online game.
Fortnite’s parent company, Epic Games, had broken its contract with Apple, a federal judge found. The case goes to trial next year.
The two companies argued in federal court over Apple’s power over apps, as their fight heads to trial next year.
The hugely popular game was removed by Apple after it said Fortnite’s creator, Epic Games, violated its App Store guidelines.
Saying Apple forced changes during months of rejection, the social network is releasing a version for iPhone and iPad users today.
Apple has repeatedly denied Facebook’s new Gaming app from appearing in its App Store, citing its own rules.
After complaints from rivals including Spotify, European authorities will investigate Apple’s App Store.