Destiny 2 cheat seller loses lawsuit and now owes millions of dollars



Bungie won the lawsuit it filed against a Destiny 2 cheat seller and now the loser has to pay millions.

TO new report has revealed that Bungie won the lawsuit against Romanian cheater Mihai Claudiu-Flortentin, which was filed in 2021. Now the latter has to pay $12 million in damages.

The defendant was the one who developed and later sold the popular cheat software called VeteranCheats to Destiny 2 cheaters. It would allow them to gain an unfair advantage over other players. It offered super accurate shots and allowed them to see through walls.

Bungie stated that cheating has diminished the enjoyment of the game for those who did not. It has also reduced his potential income from in-game sales.

The lawsuit includes copyright infringement, violations of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, or DMCA, breach of contract, willful interference with contractual relationships, and violations of the Washington Consumer Protection Act (CPA). Bungie sought $12,059,912.98 in damages which included $11,696,000 in statutory damages.



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