Nintendo has successfully taken action against the Rome website Rome Universe. In early 2019, Nintendo made its efforts to take the website offline. Now the pending case is over and the website owner will be paid 1 2.1 million in compensation.
For the most part, viewers do not feel sorry for how Nintendo takes action against such projects. The most frequently asked argument goes in the direction of sports safety. But there was no sympathy for the law, and things were a little different in the case of the Rome Universe.
The operator provided premium access to money and the site offered not only older NES games, but also games for the Nintendo Switch. According to his own account, he earned about 30,000 to 36,000 US dollars in the last year of the operation of the Rome Universe.
Nevertheless, the operator wanted to take it to court. There he defended himself, his strategy being to show that he himself had not uploaded to his website. Nintendo’s lawyers opposed an affidavit from the operator, and he … did just that.
Nintendo was paid ையின் 35,000 for each of the 49 games on offer, and 000 400,000 in addition to trademark infringement. Nintendo asked further. The judge considered this amount appropriate as the Rome Universe was already closed and the operator was currently unemployed.
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