South Koreans File Class Action Suit Against NCsoft

NCSoft, one of the country’s largest game developers, has their hands full since police found some 180,000 gamers that have been using stolen identities to illegally trade game items and hack into other computers.

An online law firm Lawmarket has filed 8574 class-action suits against NCSoft, all of which are seeking one million won each in damages. Lawmarket also claims that NCsoft has “condoned the theft of identifies” by gamers to cause “mental and physical loss to the plaintiffs”.

NCsoft spokesman Kim Joo-Young said his company had “since removed all of the 180,000 stolen game identifies”. (1 USD = 975 won)


NCSoft, one of the country’s largest game developers, has their hands full since police found some 180,000 gamers that have been using stolen identities to illegally trade game items and hack into other computers.

An online law firm Lawmarket has filed 8574 class-action suits against NCSoft, all of which are seeking one million won each in damages. Lawmarket also claims that NCsoft has “condoned the theft of identifies” by gamers to cause “mental and physical loss to the plaintiffs”.

NCsoft spokesman Kim Joo-Young said his company had “since removed all of the 180,000 stolen game identifies”. (1 USD = 975 won)

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