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CD Projekt has been removed from Steam anti-trust lawsuit allegations – TweakTown

CD Projekt is no longer being lumped into the anti-competition lawsuits against Valve, and has been removed from the allegations.

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CD Projekt RED is no longer being accused as part of the anti-trust lawsuit against Valve, the company today announced.
In January, five gamers banded together and sued Valve for allegedly creating an environment that suppresses competition. The allegations surround a specific clause in the contracts that developers sign to put their games on Steam–the Most Favored Nations clause, which essentially requires devs to sell their games for the same price as they do on Steam. If a game is $19.99 on…

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