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Submitted by David Leavitt 699d ago | interview

'Magic: The Gathering Online' lawsuit hasn't 'changed anything' for MTGOTraders

Examiner's David Leavitt writes: "Earlier this month Wildcat Intellectual Property Holdings filed a lawsuit against Wizards of the Coast claiming that the Hasbro subsidiary "violated its electronic trading-card patent" with "Magic: The Gathering Online." The company "seeks injunctive relief to stop the alleged infringing activity," which in a worst case scenario could mean shutting down "Magic Online." Such an action would render every player's collections, some of which are valued at thousands of dollars, worthless." (Casual games, Magic the Gathering Online, PC)

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