Epic has lodged a complaint with the Competition Appeal Tribunal in London, which handles appeals against decisions made by the British competition authority CMA but also hears private lawsuits concerning competition laws.
Among other things the company wants the court to force Apple to put Fortnite back on the App Store and re-activate Epic's developer account for App Store distribution, and prohibit Apple from preventing developers from using their own in-app payment systems.
The same demands are made of Google, which also removed Fortnite from its Play Store.
Apple, meanwhile, is no stranger to lawsuits. Last year it was sued for a trillion dollars by a disgruntled customer; since we wrote this article it faced a lawsuit over Face supposedly infringing on a series of patents.
This article originally appeared on Macworld Sweden. Translation by David Price.