As of July, “Fortnite” had brought in more than $1 billion in revenue.
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The Brooklyn-based rapper, whose real name is Terrence Ferguson, alleges that North Carolina-based "Fortnite"-maker Epic Games misappropriated his moves without compensation or credit in the lawsuit filed in federal court in Los Angeles.The rapper is asking for a judge's order that the game stop using the dance, and for damages to be determined later.The fight-to-the-finish game "Fortnite" quickly became one of the most popular in history after its 2017 release.Chance the Rapper criticized the game for not including the songs behind some of its dances, giving artists a chance to share in its wealth.Other than specific choreography within a specific copyrighted work, dance moves can be hard to sue over.
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