In the Epic Games vs. Google case, a jury has delivered a verdict stating that Google turned its Google Play app store and Google Play Billing service into an illegal monopoly. The jury unanimously agreed that Google had monopoly power in Android app distribution and in-app billing services, engaged in anticompetitive actions, and caused harm to Epic. They also found an illegal tie between Google’s app store and its billing services, and deemed distribution agreements and deals with game developers and OEMs as anticompetitive. Google plans to appeal the verdict, while Epic Games views it as a win for app developers and consumers. The final remedies and potential financial implications for Google will be decided by Judge James Donato in January.