Regulation

Apple slapped with $5m civil suit over free-to-play Zynga games

Global tech giant hit with legal action over social casino games which allegedly violate laws in 25 US states

Apple has been hit with a $5m (£3.6m) class action lawsuit for allegedly profiting from casino-style games advertised on its App Store. The lawsuit alleges the games are illegal in 25 US states and was filed with the US District Court for the Northern District of Columbia. It centres around free-to-play games that offer micro-transactions…

App Store | Apple | Free-to-play | Regulation | Social casino | US | Zynga

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