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Six Flags Membership During Covid-19 Closure Settlement

This settlement resolves a class action against Six Flags Theme Parks, Inc., Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, Great America, LLC (doing business as Six Flags Great America), Magic Mountain, LLC, and Park Management (doing business as Six Flags Discovery Kingdom). The claim alleges that the Six Flags companies continued to charge for, and did not refund  Read more

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Apple Sued for Losses to Gambling Apps Connecticut Class Action

The complaint for this class action alleges that Apple, Inc. facilitates the purchase of apps from its App Store “that are no more and no less than casino-style slot machines, casino[-]style table games, and other common gambling games. Because of this, the complaint alleges, Apple is responsible for facilitating illegal gambling for customers in Connecticut  Read more

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Sega Key Master Arcade Game Rigging Class Action

At issue in this class action are Key Master prize vending machines made and marketed by Sega of America, Inc., Play It! Amusements, Inc., and Komuse America, Inc. The games purport to depend on player skills for wins, but the complaint alleges that “the machines are rigged so that players can only win prizes at  Read more

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Vivid Seats Refunds for Event Tickets Settlement

Vivid Seats, LLC has resolved a class action against it concerning tickets that it sold for events that were cancelled, postponed, or rescheduled. The complaint alleged that Vivid had an obligation to give customers refunds for such tickets and did not do so. UPDATE: Dates and deadlines have been changed for those who received a  Read more

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Apple and Earnings from Illegal Gambling Games Alabama Class Action

A number of class actions have claimed that Apple improperly sells illegal gambling games in its App Store. This one asks for restitution of money lost at the illegal gambling games. The complaint alleges that Apple’s role seems to suggest it is more than simply a payment processor.  Read more

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CoSport 75% Refunds for Olympic Packages Class Action

The 2020 Summer Olympics were scheduled to be held in 2020 in Tokyo, Japan. They were postponed until the summer of 2021 because of the Covid-19 pandemic. While they will take place then, it has been announced that no international spectators will be allowed to go to the games. This class action brings suit against  Read more

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Apple Asked to Restore Gambling Losses in Tennessee Class Action

This class action brings suit against Apple, Inc., alleging that it facilitates illegal gambling. The complaint asks for the recovery of money lost at this illegal gambling, pursuant to a provision in the Code of Tennessee. It claims that “Apple promotes, enables, and profits from games downloaded from the App Store … that constitute illegal  Read more

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Google Profiting from Allegedly Illegal Gambling Games Class Action

Google, LLC runs the Google Play Store, which sells apps for devices running the Android operating system. This class action concerns gambling game apps developed by Grande Games Limited that are sold there, with the complaint claiming that Google profits from these allegedly illegal games.  Read more

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Apple Sued for Return of Gambling Game Money Mississippi Class Action

This class action brings suit against Apple, Inc., to recover money lost through gambling games that are illegal under the laws of the Code of Mississippi. The complaint alleges, “Apple promotes, enables, and profits from games downloaded from its App Store and played by numerous Mississippi residents that constitute illegal gambling under the statutory law  Read more

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Apple Profits from Product Madness Gambling Games Class Action

Are gambling games illegal under state laws if players can’t win money? Yes, says this class action, and Apple, Inc. profits from such games, some of which are developed by a company called Product Madness, Inc. (PM). Apple’s App Store is a point of distribution for the games, and Apple takes a cut of the  Read more

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