1 week Epic Sidesteps Apple To Reenter iOS Devices Through Nvidia’s Cloud Gaming Service; Analysts Say Move Isn’t ‘Viable Business Alternative’ Benzinga    

Epic Games' Fortnite, which was removed from Apple, Inc.'s (NASDAQ: AAPL) app store in August 2020, has managed to circumvent the restriction and reenter Apple's iOS-powered iPhone and iPads.

What Happened: Graphics chip giant Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) announced that, starting next week, Fortnite on its GeForce Now cloud gaming service will launch in a limited-time closed beta for mobile, streamed through the Safari web browser on iOS and the GeForce Now Android app.

The beta is meant to test Nvidia's server capacity, graphics delivery and new touch controls performance. The company said, beginning Thursday, GeForce Now members can sign up to join the Fortnite limited-time closed beta for mobile devices.

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Nvidia's GeForce Now service acts merely as a conduit for Epic's storefront, and in the process, Epic may not be required to pay any money …

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