Matthew Strowman shared pirated copies on his website RomUniverse.com Toys On keyboard previous generations. That order did not appeal to Nintendo, which sued for copyright infringement and won in court in May. $2.1 million awarded. The penalty is divided into $50 payments. monthly. So it is easy to calculate that Storman will have to live for 3.5 thousand. years to pay off the full liability. The guy also had to close the gate, which left him out of business, which also ultimately lost Nintendo. It has also been uploaded Suggestion for a permanent ban on RomUniverse.com, but this was rejected.
Nintendo has not received the first payment
Nintendo announced that Storman didn’t even pay the first installment, although it wasn’t particularly high – Reported by pocketgamer.biz. After closing RomUniverse.com, the man lost You are They mainly live off unemployment benefits and food stamps. nintendo However, there is no legal remedy to make it pay. It should be noted that Storman agreed to fix this amount himself.
RomUniverse.com may be revived
Matthew Strowman in Search profitsHe started thinking about restarting his RomUniverse.com portal. They are still available there Toys For older consoles, but of course without the Nintendo production. In addition, the failure to pay the first installment is supposed to confirm Sturman’s “disregard for legal obligations.” Therefore, Nintendo has asked the court to impose a complete ban on the owner of RomUniverse.com. According to the company, this is an indispensable legal measure in this case.
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