A court case in Australia between Apple and Epic Games begins as the court rejects the application for residence

 A court case in Australia between Apple and Epic Games begins as the court rejects the application for residence

Epic Games filed a proceeding in Australia against Apple and its anti-competitive App Store policy some time ago, but the Cupertino-based company argued that it should first file a proceeding in California. The court initially decided to suspend the proceedings and is now overturned. A court case in Australia between Apple and Epic Games begins as the court rejects the application for residence the decision was made in July, overturned by all the court’s banks, and the Canberra High Court did not comply with Apple’s motion.

Epic Games states that if the court allows Apple to choose where to go, it will have a “chilling effect” on the Australian market. Apparently, the court justified Epic Game’s allegations and even admitted Apple’s costs. Initially scheduled for a trial in November 2022, the trial date will be earlier due to the cancellation of the stay.