Even though it’s popularity is starting to decline, Fortnite is still one of the most successful games this generation which has brought both great success and some issues to it’s developer Epic Games.
During Nintendo’s 79th annual general shareholders meeting, Nintendo talked about why they filed a lawsuit against Go Kart company MariCar who were unofficially using Mario Kart to promote their business.
Previously, we reported that Nintendo finally won its lawsuit against MARI Mobility Development Co., Ltd – which was infringing on Nintendo’s Mario Kart IP in order to advertise its own go-kart business. Now, it looks like penalties are in order – and the price just got steeper than ever.
Nintendo was just about to end its year well until The US Court of Appeals upheld an order for Nintendo to pay iLife $10.1 Million for using its accelerometer technology in its Wii-mote, violating iLife’s patent in the process.
Jury in Dallas, Texas today ordered Nintendo to pay US$10 Million to iLife saying that Nintendo has infringed on iLife’s motion sensing patent by incorporating the technology in the Wii-mote without permission.