WinZO Games has filed a lawsuit against Google over its real-money gaming pilot in India.

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Winzo Games has challenged the Google Play pilot program in the Delhi High Court.

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Winzo Games which hosts over 100 games like Ludo, Car Racing, Fruit Harvesting and more in its application

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Winzo Games said in its statement that it "does not include a large segment of skill-gaming platforms and indie developers".

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"WinZO seeks to prevent the imposition of arbitrary classifications against Google that would affect the reputation of WinZO's business.

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WinZO is one of several other industry players who have called the policy arbitrary, unfair and restrictive."

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Earlier too, the platform's co-founder Soumya Singh Rathore had called Google's move "discriminatory" and "unfair".

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"Every other app store in the country, including Apple Store, Vivo, Oppo, Mi Store, allows all skill-gaming products

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Google, however, does not, to date, allow any games with a pay-to-play format.

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Google, however, does not, to date, allow any games with a pay-to-play format.

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The company has sought an injunction preventing Google from implementing its revised Play Store policy set beginning on September 28.

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“A one-year pilot is detrimental to thousands of companies and could lead to irreversible market distortion of the booming gaming tech industry

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