Bungie receives $12 million compensation by Veterancheats platform owner Mihai Claudius-Florentin.

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According to TheGamePost, Destiny developer sued the cheat vendor in 2021, but the verdict wasn’t handed down until April 26, 2023: the US Federal District Court sided with Bungie and ordered the defendant to pay $12 million in damages.

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Bungie claimed that VeteranCheats caused significant harm to the game by undermining the fair play experience and making it difficult for legitimate players to enjoy the game.

The lawsuit filed against Claudia-Florentine alleges copyright infringement, breach of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, breach of contract, intentional interference with contractual relations and violation of the Consumer Protection Act.