It finally may be game on for antitrust actions against Big Tech.
As gaming grows in stature in the lives of Americans during the pandemic, it has highlighted the extraordinary grip that two of the four tech companies under investigation have over the white-hot industry.
Epic Games Inc.’s lawsuits against the online stores of Apple Inc.
and Alphabet Inc.’s
Google for punitive business practices associated with 30% fees could for the first time shine the anticompetitive light on so-called network-effects platforms that exhibit the deep reservoirs of power that tech’s largest…