But how can the defunct developer, now effectively a part of Bethesda, be the defendant in this case? We ask lawyer Richard Hoeg about the legal process.
But will the figure be seen as small considering the size of Riot as a company?
Epic Games is taking legal action against yet another tester for leaking content in advance of Fortnite's big Chapter 2 reveal. We chat with lawyers about confidentiality.
Stockholm District Court yet to approve plan outlined by the struggling games studio.
The rise in influencer culture necessitates its own protocol, according to lawyer Richard Hoeg. (Image: Fragbite)
Regardless of how the next five console generations shake out (or if there will be that many still left in the industry), Sony's not messing around with protecting its future intellectual property.
Epic Games is suing a user experience tester who leaked details before Chapter 2 of Fortnite kicked off. While it may be straightforward, one attorney tells us that the damages argument is a bit thin.
Fox plans to stay in esports and will form a new organization called Twin Galaxies International.
EA hasn't published an NCAA sports game since a $60 million settlement granted college athletes compensation for their appearances in the games. CEO Andrew Wilson hopes a recently passed California law, which goes into effect in 2023, will make it possible to revive the publisher's NCAA line.
Following a reduction in Blitzchung's suspension, American University players have now also been banned for six months. We chat with an attorney about free speech. [UPDATED]