Supercell’s Video Games

September 2021: The case was dismissed without prejudice.

August 2020: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Supercell for allegedly failing to disclose in its age ratings and Parents Guide that video games – including Clash Royale and Brawl Stars –use Loot Boxes, which, according to the complaint, are a form of gambling and violate California state law. (Mai et al v. Supercell Oy, Case No. 20-cv- 5573, N.D. Cal.)

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