STEAM USERS ARE FIGHTING BACK
Tens of thousands of Steam users have engaged Zaiger LLC to hold Steam’s owner, Valve, accountable for inflated prices of PC games. Valve forces game publishers to agree that they won’t sell their games for less anywhere else. This stops other game sellers from trying to win your business by lowering prices. Valve’s business practice violates U.S. antitrust law and, as a result, you could be entitled to hundreds or thousands in compensation on account of these illegal business practices.
The best part? You pay nothing unless you get paid.
YOU COMPLETE THE FORM
It takes two minutes.
YOU SIGN THE AGREEMENT
If you are eligible, Zaiger LLC will send you an agreement so we can represent you. It can be digitally signed in one minute on your phone or computer.
WE HANDLE THE REST
We will only contact you if we or the arbitrator needs additional information. Every case is different, but many consumers get compensation offers without doing anything beyond completing the initial form.
HOW IT WORKS
WHO WE ARE
Jeffrey H. Zaiger, Zaiger LLC’s founding partner, is a seasoned litigator and “lawyer’s lawyer” who has been recognized by the industry as a nine time “Rising Star” and “Super Lawyer.” Judd Linden, Jeff’s partner, trained at one of the most successful litigation firms in the country, and was recently recognized as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers publication. To date, Jeff and Judd have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for their clients by taking on big companies and financial institutions.
In this case, they are partnering with one of the nation’s leading antitrust lawyers, John Roberti, and his team from the international firm Cohen & Gresser LLP to prosecute your claims against Valve.
Read more about Zaiger LLC at our homepage
I heard about a class action lawsuit against Valve; is this the same thing?
No. In the class action lawsuit, lawyers tried to bring federal antitrust claims on behalf of PC-game developers and Steam users. But the judge ruled that users can’t be part of that lawsuit. Instead, they must file individual arbitration claims to receive compensation for Valve's anticompetitive practices. Our firm has already initiated that process on behalf of tens of thousands of Steam users. Let us do the same for you.
If you’re interested in learning more about Valve’s wrongful conduct, you can download a copy of the complaint from a parallel case on behalf of game developers.
What information do you need from me to represent me?
Just the basics: name, email, address, and Steam account name. We also ask a few background questions to see if you qualify to file a claim. The process takes about two minutes.
Will my Steam account be terminated if I retain you?
That is extremely unlikely to happen. That’s because terminating your account for filing a claim would violate Steam's own terms and conditions. The Steam Subscriber Agreement only permits termination of your account if you are found to have violated the Terms or Rules of Use. Filing a claim is expressly permitted by those terms — and Valve has affirmed that in court. To date, none of our tens of thousands of clients have reported to us that access to their Steam Account has been revoked.
How are you paid?
We get paid if we recover for you. Meaning, we receive a portion of any arbitrator award or settlement that Valve pays you. If we recover nothing, you pay nothing.
When can I expect to receive compensation?
The legal process is hard to predict, but in general, cases in arbitration are resolved much quicker than cases filed in court. So, we expect to resolve your claim before the class action is resolved.