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Google sued by WinZo for its new Play Store policy allowing only fantasy sports, rummy games

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Homegrown vernacular social gaming platform WinZO Games on Tuesday said it has challenged Google‘s recent policy in the Delhi High Court for the selective inclusion of only daily fantasy sports (DFS) and Rummy games on its Play Store that leaves out several skill gaming platforms and local developers.

WinZO has sought restraint from the court against Google from implementing the “arbitrary classification which will impact the reputation of its business.” Also Read — Google Play Store will show you app reviews based on the device that you are usingWinZO is among industry players, such as Mobile Premier League (MPL) and Zupee, who have called the policy arbitrary, unfair and restrictive.

Saumya Singh Rathore, Co-founder, WinZO Games told IANS that there is no evaluation of the impact that is likely to result from such a clearly discriminatory and arbitrary classification by Google Play.

Also Read — How to pre-register games on Play Store for Android“We fail to understand how Google is being permitted to select that within a set of legal/legitimate businesses, only DFS and Rummy will be onboarded and the other Skill Games, excluded,” he stressed.

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