SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Tim Sweeny has taken the stand in the case of Epic vs. Google. The Epic Games founder and CEO will be answering questions from Epic’s legal team, followed by those from the Google lawyers.
Sweeny started off keen to emphasize Epic’s priority of making Fortnite available across platforms, discussing its 2018 efforts to get the game onto Sony’s Playstation.
The courtroom drama started day nine of the trial this morning with the questioning of Don Harrison, Google’s president of Global Partnerships. Harrison answered questions about past Google Play discussions with Epic and other Google partnership terms, including those with Activision Blizzard and the “sweetheart” deal with Spotify.
Read more courtroom play-by-play on The Verge.