A choreographer’s lawsuit over Fortnite dance moves isn’t dead after all

A prominent choreographer’s lawsuit against Fortnite maker Epic Games is back on after the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals overturned a lower court’s decision to throw the case out last year. Kyle Hanagami sued Epic last year, accusing the company of stealing his choreography for one of Fortnite’s in-game emote. Hanagami has crafted hit […]

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