Ubisoft awarded default judgement in lawsuit against Rainbow Six Siege DDoS marketplace operators

A California federal judge ruled that the three men who sold black market software must pay the game developer more than $150,000. The post Ubisoft awarded default judgement in lawsuit against Rainbow Six Siege DDoS marketplace operators appeared first on Dot Esports.

Ubisoft awarded default judgement in lawsuit against Rainbow Six Siege DDoS marketplace operators

One of the world’s largest game publishers won a crucial lawsuit earlier this month aimed at a loosely defined ring of hackers who sold programs that negatively impacted players of its game. 

A California federal court ruled in favor of Rainbow Six Siege developer Ubisoft on July 9 in a case it brought against three men who allegedly ran an enterprise that sold both denial-of-service (DoS) and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) software to players online.

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