Epic Games might owe you money from ‘Fortnite’: Here’s how to check

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The video-game company has been ordered to pay affected users $245 million for deceptive design tactics that tricked them into making unwanted charges.

If you or your children played Fortnite over a nearly six-year period beginning in 2017, Epic Games may now owe you money. That’s because the maker of one of the world’s most popular video games has agreed to settle with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over allegations that Epic “used dark patterns to trick players into making unwanted purchases and let children rack up unauthorized charges without any parental involvement,” according to a notice from the regulatory body.

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