Mobile Game Co. Huuuge Inks $6.5M Deal In Gambling Case
By Hailey Konnath (August 24, 2020, 6:50 PM EDT) -- Huuuge Inc. has agreed to shell out $6.5 million to end a proposed class action claiming the smartphone casino game maker violated gambling and consumer protection laws, a deal that follows two years of litigation and a trip to the Ninth Circuit, according to a motion filed on Sunday.
Specifically, Huuuge illegally charged users for chips in its smartphone app games, according to named plaintiff Sean Wilson's April 2018 suit. Huuuge's games include "Huuuge Casino," "Billionaire Casino" and "Stars Casino," according to the complaint.
Huuuge tried to take the dispute to arbitration, but both the Washington federal court and Ninth Circuit...
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