I may have the wrong place for this thread. It is a discussion but directly about games.
So for those that do not know. Fortnite was originally a defense/loot Co-op game that was paid during early access but suppose to go F2P once released. They have added on a F2P battle royal mode.
Earlier than started lawsuits vs 2 people that created hacks and were hosting them for people to download.
Now a new wave of the same but they included a 14 year old kid that was streaming using the hacks. This kid also has youtube video that explains how to install/use the hacks.
Now, I am all for going after the cheat makers. I was 100% for this and thought it was great to see.
Now for the new one. I am kind of caught between two views. In one way people advertising cheating like this I do think should be targeted. However, I also think going after a 14 year old kid at this level is too far at the same time. However, I also see at epic if you file a disclaimer against the kids video you either have to take legal action or drop it. How as a business do they let him keep it up?
The simple thing would of simply been the kid (on his own or being forced by parents) should remove the video's and i'm sure Epic would back off. That is not the case currently though.