The day after ‘Fortnite’ stopped getting updates on iOS, Apple featured the game’s main competitor in the App Store

On August 13, the wildly popular game “Fortnite” got an update on Apple and Android smartphones that allowed players to bypass the companies’ digital payment systems and pay the game’s creator, Epic Games, directly. In response, Apple and Google pulled “Fortnite” from their digital storefronts and cited the update as a terms-of-service violation ā€” Epic then sued both companies. The game is now unable to be downloaded through the Apple App Store, and cannot be updated either, leaving iPhone and iPad players who still have the game on their devices left behind after the new “Fortnite” season premiered on August 27. On August 28, a day after the “Fortnite” update, Apple’s App Store featured one of the game’s main competitors: “PUBG Mobile.” Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

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