Playtika Slotomania and Other Gambling Games Settlement

Gambling game companies Playtika, Ltd. and Caesars Interactive Entertainment, LLC are settling a class action for $38 million. The complaint alleged that the games the companies offered, including Slotomania, House of Fun, Caesars Casino/Caesars Slots, and Vegas Downtown Slots, violated the state of Washington’s gambling and consumer protection laws through the sale of virtual chips.  Read more

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Big Fish Casino and Slots Games Settlement

A settlement has been reached in two class actions against Big Fish Games, Inc., Churchill Downs, Incorporated, Aristocrat Technologies, Inc., and Aristocrat Leisure, Ltd. and certain of their gambling games. The complaints claimed that the sale of virtual chips in Big Fish Casino, Jackpot Magic Slots, and Epic Diamond Slots violated gambling laws in the  Read more

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Electronic Arts Sports Games AI Difficulty Adjustment Class Action

Electronic Arts, Inc. (EA) is known for its sports-simulation video games. These can be played via Xbox and PlayStation, either alone or online against other gamers. But the complaint for this class action alleges that, without the gamers’ knowledge, EA has artificial intelligence (AI) programs that adjust the level of difficulty of the game which  Read more

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Google Play Store Gambling Games Illegal in New Mexico Class Action

Google has an extensive Google Play Store that offers many kinds of apps for games, including gambling games. The complaint for this class action alleges that Google bears responsibility for the gambling games sold in its app store that are illegal under New Mexico’s gambling laws.  Read more

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Apple App Store Gambling Games Illegal in Ohio Class Action

The complaint for this class action asserts that Apple dominates the current market for mobile apps. It alleges that Apple bears responsibility for gambling machine games sold in Apple’s app store, which the complaint claims are illegal under Ohio’s gambling laws.  Read more

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Stubhub No Refund for Covid-19 Cancellations Class Action

Stubhub, Inc. and its subsidiary or affiliate, Last Minute Transactions, Inc., offer what the complaint calls “the world’s largest ‘secondary market’ for event tickets” from the Stubhub website. Under their FanProtect guarantee, they promised customers they would give cash refunds for canceled shows—until Covid-19 showed up. The complaint for this class action alleges that the  Read more

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Huuuge Gambling Games Settlement

Huuuge, Inc., is paying $6.5 million to settle a class action relating to its virtual gambling games, including Huuuge Casino, Billionaire Casino, Stars Slots, and others. The complaint claimed that Huuuge violated Washington state’s gambling laws and its Consumer Protection Act in its selling of virtual chips in the games.  Read more

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Thunder on the Mountain Cancellation Settlement

This settlement resolves a class action concerning the Thunder on the Mountain music festival in Ozark, Arkansas in June 2015. The festival was canceled just before it was to begin, and purchasers of many types of festival passes and permits for vendor booths never received refunds. This settlement includes $450,000 from an earlier, partial settlement  Read more

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SeaWorld Parks, Busch Gardens No Refunds for Closures Class Action

On March 16, 2020, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, Inc. closed down all of its parks, including Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Virginia and Tampa, Florida. Since that time, customers with annual memberships have not been able to use them to go to the parks. The complaint for this class action alleges that SeaWorld continues to charge  Read more

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Legoland and Other Attractions Refunds for Closures Class Action

Many businesses and institutions have been forced to closed under state governors’ orders to prevent the spread of Covid-19. In some instances, customers have been refused refunds for amounts they prepaid for things like tuition, airfare, or season passes. This class brings suit against Merlin Entertainments Group US Holdings, Inc. and its related companies and  Read more

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