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Google faces antitrust lawsuit from dating app owner Match over Play store fees

OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) -Dating apps maker Match Group Inc sued Alphabet Inc’s Google on Monday, calling the action a “last resort” to prevent Tinder and its other apps from being booted off the Play store for refusing to share up to 30% of their sales. Match’s lawsuit is the latest to target Google’s allegedly anticompetitive conduct with the Play store, joining ongoing cases brought by “Fortnite” maker Epic Games, dozens of U.S. state attorneys general and others. Google did not have any immediate comment on the new filing.