- During a conference in South Korea, Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney said that his company plans to create a store that will allow the purchased product to be launched on any device.
- He also criticized Google and Apple jailed?? Its users only have one store and one payment method.
During conspiracy, which was held Tuesday in Seoul, South Korea, Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney harshly criticized both Google and Apple and praised his idea for Create a store that allows the purchased product to be used on any device.
What the world needs now is a single store that works on all platforms. Currently, our software is divided between the App Store, Android Google Play and stores on Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and also Microsoft Store and Mac App Store.
Sweeney revealed that Epic Games is currently working with several developers and service providers to create a product that could end this situation.
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The conflict between Epic Games, Google and Apple began more than a year ago. The point was that Epic wanted to bypass the App Store and Google Play markup in user payments related to Fortnite, so it provided the shopping experience that made that completely possible. The two companies objected to this by removing the title from their stores, causing Epic Games to go to court to have it returned.
Apple forces 1 billion customers to use only one store and one payment method. Currently, Apple complies with foreign laws that allow user tracking and deprive them of their political rights. At the same time, it ignores the laws established by the Korean democracy. Apple must be stopped.
Tim also attacked Google, calling it “crazy” because they are accused of payments that do not go through their hands. Sweeney praised South Korea for introducing a law protecting developers from such situations.
I am proud to speak with you against monopolies. I am proud to stand with you and say that I am Korean.
In response to these words, Dan Jackson, a Google representative, stated that the Google Play service usage fee was not charged just for payment processing.
How we offer Android and Google Play for free and invest in distribution, development, and security supports consumers and developers in South Korea and around the world.
At the moment, Apple has yet to respond.
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