Breaches are becoming a lot more frequent nowadays. It's really troubling to see how many details are being leaked, I hope everybody starts considering taking according measures. I've been "hacked" before, and even though no damage was done, I can tell you it's a real hassle.
Most of their audience is 12-year-olds, and they're expecting them to have the sense to set up 2 multi-factor authentication and use a # password generator/manager. I have a hard enough time trying to convince grown adults to do that sort of thing. Maybe Reset everyone's password and use your own #password generator Epic.
Imagine developing one of the most advanced 3d graphics engines of the world, but being unable to do basic encryption on user passwords stored in a databse. What the fuck epic, it's like some employee must have done this on purpose to shit on the company.