The three major third-party delivery platforms utilize different commission models to remain profitable in this competitive marketplace. Grubhub currently accounts for about 35 percent of marketplace sales in New York City. Prior to the Council’s passage of Local Law 52 of 2020, Grubhub charged restaurants a 10 percent fee for all orders delivered by a Grubhub courier, and charged restaurants higher commissions in exchange for increased visibility on their platform. DoorDash accounts for 25 percent of meal delivery sales in NYC, but is the largest and fastest-growing nationally. DoorDash charges restaurants promotion fees, marketing fees, and subscription fees. Similar to Grubhub, DoorDash charged restaurants a commission fee “in exchange for promoting and featuring the Merchant…on the DoorDash platform,” and for all orders delivered by DoorDash couriers (known as “Dashers”). Uber Eats, which is the market leader locally, accounts for 40 percent of marketplace sales in NYC. Prior to the commission fee cap, Uber Eats charged restaurants a 30 percent fee for orders delivered by Uber couriers, and a 15 percent fee for orders made on the Uber Eats website but delivered by a restaurant’s delivery worker.