Delhi High Court seeks Google’s response to the WinZO lawsuit

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The Delhi High Court has requested Google’s response to a lawsuit filed by gaming platform WinZO against the US-based tech giant Google.

During the September 22 hearing, the court granted Google four weeks to submit a written response. The next hearing is scheduled for November 2022. WinZO’s lawsuit comes after Google announced a Play Store policy requiring fantasy sports and rummy platforms to list their apps for a one-year trial period. Because the policy prohibited real money and skill-based games (such as WinZO), the gaming platform filed a lawsuit, claiming ‘discrimination.’

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Delhi High Court seeks Google’s response to the WinZO lawsuit

The Delhi High Court has requested Google’s response to a lawsuit filed by gaming platform WinZO against the US-based tech giant Google.

During the September 22 hearing, the court granted Google four weeks to submit a written response. The next hearing is scheduled for November 2022. WinZO’s lawsuit comes after Google announced a Play Store policy requiring fantasy sports and rummy platforms to list their apps for a one-year trial period. Because the policy prohibited real money and skill-based games (such as WinZO), the gaming platform filed a lawsuit, claiming ‘discrimination.’

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