Game On: FaZe Clan’s $20 Million Lawsuit Against eSports Gamer Will Continue

A federal judge will allow a $20 million contract lawsuit filed by FaZe Clan Inc. against a popular eSports star to proceed.

In May 2019, Fortnite player and social media celebrity, Turner Tenney, known to fans as “Tfue,” sued FaZe Clan, a popular eSports organization, in California state court. Tenney alleged that FaZe lured him and other gamers into “grossly oppressive, onerous and one-sided” contracts, allowing FaZe to make millions while Tenney earned a mere $60,000. He also filed a complaint with the California Labor …

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FTC and Montel-Endorsed Apparel Company Settle Lawsuit

On Tuesday December 1, 2015, the Federal Trade Commission, the government body behind legal advertising in the United States, announced it had reached a $1.35 million settlement with Tommie Copper, a clothing company who had advertised its garments could alleviate body aches and pains special copper-infused compression wear. The announcement of the settlement comes on the heels of the FTC filing suit against the company last week in a New York Federal Court. The FTC claimed that the company committed fraud through its advertisements, claiming …

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