Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic Games, said that charging 30% of the fee with Apple would be like “colluding to limit competition”. To this end, epic has launched a challenge similar to “civil rights fight”. < / P > < p > many independent developers congratulated on the news, saying it was a long process that would enhance their ability to work as full-time developers. But big companies don’t feel the joy, and epic’s CEO is one of the most vocal opponents. < / P > < p > “fighting is everyone’s responsibility. It’s not just a choice decided by someone’s lawyer, it’s our responsibility to fight, “Sweeney said.” if we abide by all Apple’s terms, accept their 30% handling fee and transfer it to our customers, then it’s equivalent to colluding with apple to limit competition on IOS and raise the price consumers have to pay. ” < / P > < p > it is understood that Epic Games is suing apple and promoting the company to open up third-party stores and payment platforms. Later, Sweeney and epic hinted that they were fighting for the little guys and trying to help small developers who couldn’t compete with apple. < / P > < p > in order to consolidate his position, Sweeney assured techcrunch readers that what he had said in the event was accurate. In his reply and follow-up tweets, he again emphasized this statement. < / P > < p > currently, Epic Games has formed an alliance of developers and companies, including anti Apple supporters such as spotify. In addition, epic has launched a new lawsuit in Australia, hoping to establish a legal precedent. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today