Steam Gamers: Potential Money Back
If you are a Steam user in the U.S. who is 18 years or older, you may be eligible to bring an antitrust claim against Valve, the company that owns Steam.

Case Information

Consumers and game developers filed class actions claiming that Valve uses its monopoly power to force game publishers to sell their games through the Steam Store and to pay Valve supra-competitive fees that illegally increase the price consumers pay. The court ruled that the consumer claims can only be pursued through individual arbitrations, but the game developer claims can continue in court. Mason LLP represents thousands of Steam gamers and is preparing their claims for arbitration. Each consumer may have suffered damages as high as 60% of the purchase price of all games purchased during the last four years. The name of the game developer case is Wolfire Games, LLC, et al. v. Valve Corporation, No. 2:21-cv-00563, and it is in the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington before Judge John C. Coughenour.

Who Is Eligible for Representation?

Mason LLP is representing Steam account holders who are 18 years of age or older and reside in the United States. We work entirely on a contingency so you will owe us nothing unless we recover money for you. If we do, our fee is 40% of the recovery.

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