Sony is being sued for £5bn, accused of “ripping people off” on its online store.
It claims by charging a 30 percent commission on digital games and in-game purchases on the PlayStation Store, Sony is in breach of competition law.
A similar case in the US was recently dismissed, where Sony was accused of anti-competitive acts by controlling its PlayStation Store, as reported by Bloomberg.
The 30 percent cut from Sony is an industry standard, in-line with other games companies like Microsoft, Steam, and the App Store.
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