据Sankei News报道，DeNA公司因触犯反垄断法一事，正在接受日本公平贸易委员会（The Japanese Fair Trade Commission）的调查。该委员会认为，DeNA旗下的游戏门户网站Mobagetown以终断业务往来为手段，要挟游戏开发商不得与竞争对手Gree公司进行合作。
Japanese Mobile Games Operator Accused of Antitrust Violations
Mobagetown owner sent business threats to 100 companies
Marketshare is important in Japan. But just how much, exactly? Mobile gaming operator DeNA is finding out that it’s probably not worth breaking the law over, as it is being investigated under suspicion of violating anti-trust laws.
The Japanese Fair Trade Commission had reason to believe that DeNA’s gaming portal, Mobagetown, was threatening to cut ties with game developers if they did business with rival service Gree.
According to a report in Sankei News, DeNA did follow through with this threat with one company, and allegedly made threats to 100 others.
Investigations into its Shibuya offices are apparently ongoing. If found guilty, it could be a blow to the business – Mobagetown has over 10 million users and has a partnership with Yahoo! Japan to offer its service on the search engine website as well. （source:spong）