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Valve has filed a motion to dismiss Wolfire Games’ antitrust lawsuit as it “fails to allege the most basic elements of an antitrust case.”
The Overgrowth developer filed its lawsuit in April, denouncing anti competitive practices and price fixing from Valve.
In the motion it filed on July 26, Steam’s parent company addressed the 30% cut for games sold on the platform, saying Wolfire didn’t provide proof that the commission “is above the competitive level.” Going further, Valve claimed that the market has not changed in a manner that would warrant moving away from the 30% standard