Epic Games, Inc. is an American computer game and programming advancement organization situated in Cary, North Carolina. The organization was established by Tim Sweeney as Potomac Computer Systems in 1991, initially situated in his folks' home in Potomac, Maryland. Following his first business computer game discharge, ZZT (1991), the organization became Epic MegaGames, Inc. in mid 1992 and welcomed on Mark Rein, who is the organization's VP to date. Moving their base camp to Cary in 1999, the studio's name was rearranged to Epic Games. Epic Games builds up the Unreal Engine, an economically accessible game motor which likewise controls their inside created computer games, for example, Fortnite and the Unreal, Gears of War and Infinity Blade arrangement. In 2014, Unreal Engine was named the "best videogame motor" by Guinness World Records. Epic Games claims computer game designers Chair Entertainment and Psyonix, just as cloud-based programming engineer Cloudgine, and works eponymous sub-studios in Seattle, England, Berlin, Yokohama and Seoul.