When a game developer makes a game that uses a popular smartphone app, the company is entitled to receive compensation.

But how can they sue the app developer if the app creator was not the one who originally created the game?

The answer: If you want to file a claim against an app developer, you must first prove they cheated.

If you do not, you cannot sue them.

In Japan, the law states that you cannot be sued for damages or for an infringement of your privacy.

The only way to file an action is by filing a complaint in the Tokyo District Court, which has an online form for consumers to submit their complaints.

For a list of companies that have been caught cheating in Japan, read on.

In this article, we’ll look at how to file claims against a game studio, how to sue an app creator, and the steps to take to file the claim.

When can I file a complaint?