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Epic Games wins its antitrust fight against Google

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  1. Epic Games won a three-year-long legal battle against Google in an antitrust case regarding Google Play’s app store practices.
  2. The lawsuit was part of Epic’s larger effort to challenge mobile app marketplaces’ control over app distribution and in-app payment processing.
  3. Epic accused both Apple and Google of violating antitrust laws by compelling app users to make payments through their proprietary systems and taking a significant cut of in-app revenues.
  4. While Apple and Google differ in their approach to third-party apps, the court favored Epic’s case against Google Play, declaring Google’s app store practices illegal.
  5. Epic applauded the ruling as a win for app developers and consumers globally, signaling further regulatory measures that could limit Apple and Google’s dominant software practices.
  6. Google plans to appeal the verdict, emphasizing Android’s openness and choice, defending its business model and commitment to users and partners.

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