Law360 (September 18, 2020, 11:58 AM EDT)-Friday morning Texas federal jury is owned by Japanese game maker Gree, the company behind the popular mobile game Clash of Clans. According to a jury verdict form found to infringe at least one claim of five patents, the company and GREE have been awarded a total of $ 8.5 million in damages.
After more than seven hours of deliberation, which began Thursday morning, eight jury members from the eastern Texas district have joined the city-building and combat game Clash of Clans, the mobile card game Clash Royale, and battle I found the creator, Supercell Oy. The game “Brawl Stars” — was deliberately infringing at least one claim owned by …
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