A few weeks ago we reported that the rapporteur 2 Milly was angry that it discovered that Epic Games used his dance "Milly Rock" as "Swipe It" emote in Fortnite. While he does not worry that the movement is in the game with himself, he is sorry that he did not pay. He threatened to ask, and now he seems to be ahead.
2 million are ready to take action
Since the report for a few weeks, 2 Milly took the step to contract a legal firm. The legal firm declares that this is not the first case they have dealt with Epik Games, and how they "have suddenly failed the likelihood of African American Talent." Indeed, they have another case progressing now against Epic Games for a client in a similar sermon.
Clarifying why he was angry, 2 Milly said, "I do not even want to worry about them for all millions. Do you know what I say? It does not really like that. I just feel that I have to protect what is mine. They actually sell This is a special move. It's for purchase. This is when I really was like … oh no, it can not last too long. "
How realistic is that 2 Milly could succeed in their case? It is difficult to make any predictions. There is a lack of precedent in copyright cases involving choreography. So what a result we see with this case if it's going forward will be significant. As 2 Milly wins or loses, it will have an impact on future situations involving artists seeking dance moves.
The result of this case could also have an important impact on how Epic Games undertakes business relations with Fortnite and other properties. If there are additional developments, we will keep you posted. So keep checking our news articles.