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Hasbro is settling more of its classic game intellectual property suits. The company has come to terms with eGames, MVP Software, and Webfoot Technologies in a suit conce...

Quang Hong, Blogger

September 7, 2000

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Hasbro is settling more of its classic game intellectual property suits. The company has come to terms with eGames, MVP Software, and Webfoot Technologies in a suit concerning the intellectual property rights for a number of classic Atari game titles. Under the agreement, eGames, MVP, and Webfoot will acknowledge Hasbro's copyright and discontinue sales of the offending titles. Hasbro will also receive an undisclosed monetary settlement. "The protection of our core assets is critical to ensuring Hasbro Interactive delivers to the marketplace the highest quality, best-playing games possible," said Hasbro Interactive President Tom Dusenberry. Hasbro had previously reached settlements with GT Interactive and Varcon Systems.

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Quang Hong is the Features Editor of Gamasutra.com.

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