IGT developer settles court case by buying out slot machines

Pharaoh’s Fortune, Coyote Moon, King Pin Bowling, Lucky Lion Fish, Kitty Glitter and some others were examined in court. In reviewing the case, it was noted that the two developers’ Kitty Glitter had nothing in common other than the cat theme.

But about Pharaoh’s Fortune and Coyote Moon, other conclusions were made. It was found that there was evidence that the defendant’s company had infringed intellectual property rights. It was said that IGT made changes to the graphics and removed the GC2 logo.

Peaceful agreement

Recently it became known that the parties have come to an agreement. IGT takes over 30 games developed by GC2. However, the amount the company paid for this has not been disclosed. Under the terms of the agreement, now IGT, as the owner of the slots, gives GC2 the right to use its games in non-gaming applications.

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