Riot Games has sued with cheat creators for $10,000,000Lord Matus
It has become known recently that American court has finished the case of creators of LeagueSharp (a cheat for League of Legends) and Riot Games, which had filed a suit against the creators of LeagueSharp.
The court has made the following decision: the creators of LeagueSharp must pay $10,000,000 of a refund to the developers of League of Legends and give websites of LeagueSharp under their control.
Riot Games has signed an amicable agreement, where it is mentioned that authors of LeagueSharp will pay a refund and have no rights to use the services of Riot Games.
Last year in August Riot Games decided to file a suit against three developers of the cheat and Peruvian legal entity, which was connected with the creation of the malicious soft. They mentioned in the lawsuit that the creators of the cheat and the Peruvian legal entity had violated the intellectual property right and had expanded a personal information of one of the employees of Riot Games and had endangered him. Also, the company added that people, who used cheats, made a monthly damage to the ~67,000,000 of players.
The software LeagueSharp was able to automatize the movement of heroes and the use of skills during the matches. This service cost $15 per month. If a user had paid additional $35, he would have been able to boost bot-accounts to 30th level.