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Last weekend, Epic kicked off its $US8 ($11) million Fortnite “Summer Skirmish” series with a $US250,000 ($337,415) tournament featuring top-tier players and content creators. Thanks to latency issues and confusing camera work, it was a disaster. Now Epic has put out a postmortem acknowledging that, yeah, between lag and hyper-cautious players, things didn’t go super great.