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He Helped People Cheat at Grand Theft Auto. Then His Home Was Raided.

He Helped People Cheat at Grand Theft Auto. Then His Home Was Raided.

A billboard advertising the video game Grand Theft Auto V in Hong Kong in 2013.
He Helped People Cheat at Grand Theft Auto. Then His Home Was Raided.

He Helped People Cheat at Grand Theft Auto. Then His Home Was Raided.

A billboard advertising the video game Grand Theft Auto V in Hong Kong in 2013.
He Helped People Cheat at Grand Theft Auto. Then His Home Was Raided.

He Helped People Cheat at Grand Theft Auto. Then His Home Was Raided.

A billboard advertising the video game Grand Theft Auto V in Hong Kong in 2013.
Athletes Don’t Own Their Tattoos. That’s a Problem for Video Game Developers.

Athletes Don’t Own Their Tattoos. That’s a Problem for Video Game Developers.

LeBron James has distinctive tattoos, which also appear on digital versions of himself in sports video games. Several of them are the subject of copyright lawsuits.
Athletes Don’t Own Their Tattoos. That’s a Problem for Video Game Developers.

Athletes Don’t Own Their Tattoos. That’s a Problem for Video Game Developers.

LeBron James has distinctive tattoos, which also appear on digital versions of himself in sports video games. Several of them are the subject of copyright lawsuits.
Athletes Don’t Own Their Tattoos. That’s a Problem for Video Game Developers.

Athletes Don’t Own Their Tattoos. That’s a Problem for Video Game Developers.

LeBron James has distinctive tattoos, which also appear on digital versions of himself in sports video games. Several of them are the subject of copyright lawsuits.
Athletes Don’t Own Their Tattoos. That’s a Problem for Video Game Developers.

Athletes Don’t Own Their Tattoos. That’s a Problem for Video Game Developers.

LeBron James has distinctive tattoos, which also appear on digital versions of himself in sports video games. Several of them are the subject of copyright lawsuits.

A Real-World Battle Over Dancing Avatars: Did Fortnite Steal the Floss?

Three performers are suing the makers of the video game Fortnite, saying it is selling their dance moves without their permission. Can they win?

A Real-World Battle Over Dancing Avatars: Did Fortnite Steal the Floss?

Three performers are suing the makers of the video game Fortnite, saying it is selling their dance moves without their permission. Can they win?

Video Game Stocks Get Clobbered, and Fortnite Is to Blame

Fortnite’s popularity continues to weigh on the performance of traditional video game makers.