In October 2017 Epic Games began a series of lawsuits against two prolific cheaters in Fortnite. One of these turned out to be a 14-year-old boy, which resulted in a letter from the boy’s mother being used as evidence to dismiss the suit. Epic have now responded by saying the points in the mother’s letter are not valid and are seeking default judgment in the case.
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The mother’s letter can be read in full here, via TorrentFreak. In it she says the game's terms and conditions require parental consent for minors to play the game, which she claims she did not give. She also suggests Epic cannot prove that her son’s actions resulted in modifications or profit loss, and that they illegally released his name.