LEIPZIG, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 15: Participants sit at a computer monitor to play a video game at the 2019 DreamHack video gaming festival on February 15, 2019 in Leipzig, Germany. The three-day event brings together gaming enthusiasts mainly from German-speaking countries for events including eSports tournaments, cosplay contests and a LAN party with 1,500 participants. (Photo by Jens Schlueter/Getty Images)

According to a report from Polygon, Epic Games staff in the customer service and quality assurance departments are under immense pressure to keep up with Fortnite’s content schedule. The result is crunch time lasting for weeks or even months with employees working 70-100 hours a week. Employees are beginning to anonymously complain that their concerns over the work cycle aren’t being handled appropriately.

Source: Polygon
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