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Monday, 16 August 2010 10:46

Blizzard wins case versus pirate server company

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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$88 million worth of apologies
Blizzard Entertainment has won a lawsuit versus a private server company, Scapegaming, and is looking at a payment of $88 million in damages.

Scapegaming has been running unauthorized servers for Blizzard’s hit game World of Warcraft as well as using a micropayment system that made the company more than $3 million.

With all this in mind, Scapegaming is set to pay $88 million with $85 being for statutory damages. In comparison, only $63,000 goes to cover legal fees.

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