BLIZZARD WINS $8.5 MILLION IN LAWSUIT AGAINST CHEAT MAKING COMPANYTime: Apr. 6, 2017 From: SCDKeyBlizzard Entertainment has obtained after winning a case of copyright infringement against the countries of German company Boss with 8.5 million US dollars.
As reported by TorrentFreak, Blizzard has successfully tricked cheating company for the distribution of cheats and robots for many of their games.
The trial began in July last year and the Blizzard-designed court says that the countries in chief are responsible for the damage caused to the company by the creation and distribution of hacks for their games.
The court order states that "chief countries contributes significantly to the injury by setting up chief hacks Country makes Country Chief hacks available to the public and provides an opportunity for users to install hacks and chief countries operate, and provide users the Opportunity to give, create derivative works "
The Order also talks about damage to reputation that this can cause cuts to Blizzard, and recognizes the possibility that disgruntled players when they come in contact with someone who brings the technology of the field boss into contact.
This led to the court granting the blizzard of Hot World Of Warcraft Expansion Legion EU CD-Key requests of $ 8.5636 million in damages and paying $ 174,872 in legal fees to the Company. In addition, the land owner must distribute his cheat codes in the United States to avoid further damage.