Blizzard has won another lawsuit against creators of bot programs developed to run with World of Warcraft. The latest legal battle lasted two years and was between the MMO developer and Ceiling Fan Software, which is now facing a $7 million judgment and ordered to cease operating – as you can see through the official website. In 2011 Blizzard won a lawsuit against the maker of Glider, one of the biggest and most notorious bot software programs of its time, which resulted in the company walking away with all of the trademarks associated with the program. More through WoW Insider.
More and more people are getting sucked into PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.
Activision announced today Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered will be released next week on PlayStation 4.
A new distribution event has started for Pokemon Sun and Moon players which hands out five Mega Stones.
Ceiling Fan Software
World Of Warcraft
Blizzard games are doing the business, thanks to record monthly active users, and continued sales of World of Warcraft in-game content and “continued strength” of Overwatch customization items, Activision-Blizzard had rather great Q1 2017.
Blizzard is introducing tweaks that will cater to World of Warcraft players who partake in the ‘Running of the Gnomes’, a fan-run in-game event run to promote breast cancer awareness.
World Of Warcraft Bots