Bungie has put a lot of time and effort into following Destiny 2’s cheaters, and it looks like the campaign is paying off. As first exposed by Stephen Totilo of Axios, Bungie recently won a $6.7 million judgment against Lavitchits in a US district court.
As court documents Read, roughly $5.5 million of that amount is for DMCA violations, $300,000 of it is for Copyright Act violations, about $600,000 is for Lanham Act violations, and the remaining $250,000 is for court fees and costs.
It was a default judgment, meaning that Lavitchits never responded to the lawsuit. According to Totilo, the owner of Lavitchits is believed to have lived in India, which may be the reason. Earlier in May, it was announced that Bungie had common law Against Veteran Cheats aka Mihai Claudiu-Florentin for just over $12 million dollars. This too was a default decision. Back in February, it won a $4.3 million lawsuit against a cheat-seller called AimJunkies.
Cheaters aren’t the only people Bungie has sued over Destiny-related allegations. Back in July last year, the company filed a lawsuit destiny 2 player For breaking the game’s terms of service and threatening a Bungie staff member. In other news, Destiny 2’s parent game The phenomenon started recently, and its season of the lamp Will start in late May.
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