Submitted by donniebaseball 1108d ago | news

Blizzard says class-action suit filled with "patently false information"

Last week GI.biz reported on a class-action lawsuit filed against Blizzard Entertainment, which alleges that the developer failed to secure players' information and it accuses Blizzard of fraud and unjust enrichment for requiring players to set up a Battle.net account. GamesIndustry International has now heard from Blizzard on the matter, and the company insists that the suit is "without merit and filled with patently false information." Blizzard said it intends to "vigorously defend ourselves through the appropriate legal channels." (Blizzard, Industry)

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