Epic wanted Koh to say he was worried about the rise of competing app stores on Android, and he wouldn’t go that far.
Google’s lawyer Michelle Park Chiu is asking if perhaps he was worried about consumers choosing a different phone — say, the iPhone — if he didn’t strike deals with developers to retain the games on Google Play.
“That was certainly a concern, yes.”
As for sim-ship: “We were worried consumers would move to other gaming platforms to find that great games content.”
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