In the midst of multiple battles over the legal copyrights to one of the most successful video games of all time, game developer Krafton is awaiting a jury verdict in the Northern District of California on an allegedly breached settlement over the rights to its hugely popular “PUBG: Battlegrounds.”

Krafton, maker of the online “battle royale” game, sought redress for a Chinese developer’s knockoff version of the game, which Krafton alleged was made in violation of a settlement agreement on copyright and trade dress infringement claims in 2019.

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