Blizzard Won Another Lawsuit Against Bot Maker and Will Receive $8.5 Million
Blizzard prevailed in another lawsuit against bot maker Bossland and this time they will be awarded $8.5 million US dollars. California District Court ruled that German company Bossland should pay Blizzard $8,563,600 for the infringement and damage the bots did to games including World of Warcraft, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm and Overwatch.
Bossland will also be prohibited to sell any product in the US, while they also have to cover a total of $174,872 US that Blizzard has spent in this lawsuit. You can learn more about the lawsuit at Torrentfreak.
Back in 2013 Blizzard won a legal battle against another bot maker Ceiling Fan Software and received $7 million. But the one involved the highest number of money is from League of Legends just concluded last month. LeagueSharp, a website that sold LoL bot scripts, had to pay Riot Games $10 million. You can read details of this lawsuit here.
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