Chartrand said that the company should be forthcoming with the risks associated with the game.
"In our case, the two parents that came forward and told, 'If we knew it was so addictive it would ruin our child's life, we would never have let them start playing Fortnite or we would have monitored it a lot more closely,'" Chartrand told CBC.
In the 38-page request, it notes that in 2018 the World Health Organization designated "gaming disorder" as a mental health condition.
Fortnite is free to download and is constantly updating with new features. Each game only lasts 20 minutes if you don’t get eliminated, so players loop in again and again, making it easy to play for long stretches.