A United Kingdom court dropped Epic Games suit against Apple and its request to make the tech huge restore its popular video game “Fortnite” into the App Store.In the meantime, sorry, Apple users, you are still locked out from playing “Fortnite” with your good friends who are blasting away on PlayStations and Xboxes, for instance.The U.S., where Epic Games and Apple are headquartered, would be “the suitable forum” for the cases to be tried, stated Judge Justice Roth of the Competition Appeal Tribunal in a ruling Monday.This legal fight, which started in August 2020 when Epic provided a direct payment technique for Fortnite mobile gamers, spans the globe. Last week, Epic Games submitted an antitrust complaint versus Apple in the European Union. It has likewise submitted a comparable fit in Australia. Epic also filed fit against Google in August 2020 after “Fortnite” was eliminated from the Google Play store.T-Mobile cuts 5G expenses: Carrier decreases rate of its 5G endless cordless strategy, enhances hot spot information allowanceClubhouse: What is the attraction of the invite-only social networks network?The U.K. court ruled that parts of Epics fit versus Google subsidiaries in the U.K. could move on. However, in general, ruled that many of both cases ought to live in the U.S. “While there might be acts in the UK, they stream straight from acts in the U.S. because in a digital world the territorial location of the act is a somewhat anachronistic concept,” Roth composed in his ruling.Epic Games, in its complaint to the European Commissions competition guard dog, accused Apple of obstructing rivals and abusing its dominant position, in breach of EU rules.”Whats at stake here is the very future of mobile platforms,” Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney said in an online post. “We will not stand idly by and enable Apple to use its platform supremacy to manage what need to be a level digital playing field.”Apple countered, stating it presented a payment feature that Apple did not examine or authorize, with the intent of violating app shop guidelines that use equally to every designer and are focused on securing consumers.”Their negligent habits made pawns of consumers, and we look forward to making this clear to the European Commission,” Apple said in a statement.Loot boxes settledIn other legal action, Epic Games settled a class action suit involving U.S. gamers of “Rocket League” and “Fortnite Save The World” (a co-op version of the video game, not the popular battle royale mode) who bought a random product “Crate” loot box prior to they were terminated. The class action match argued that the loot boxes were “predatory,” The Verge reported in 2019 when the case was filed.Players who bought one, starting in July 1, 2015, and until a date to be identified– the settlement is not yet last– can get 1,000 Fortnite V-Bucks or 1,000 Rocket League Credits for each account utilized to obtain a random item loot box.The proposed Settlement is not an admission of misdeed by Epic Games, and it denies that it broke the law, the company states on the settlement site. Epic Games has set aside as much as $26.5 million in cash and other benefits to U.S.-based gamers to resolve the claims.Players can likewise submit a claim type to get credits or a cash advantage on the settlement site.Contributing: Associated PressFollow Mike Snider on Twitter: @MikeSnider.