A Montreal-based law firm has filed a request for a class-action lawsuit against Epic Games -- the creators of Fortnite. They claim that the game is so addictive, that Epic has violated their users' rights by not warning them about how addictive the game can be.
And they’re basing this claim on a similar case from 2015 that called for tobacco companies to better warn their customers about the dangers of cigarettes.
This document compares the games effects to Cigarettes and Cocaine...
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