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Game Developer to Pay $415M for Violating Washington’s Gambling Laws

Casino game on a smartphone.

DoubleDown Interactive agreed to pay $415 million to resolve claims its casino mobile games violated Washington’s gambling laws.

The settlement benefits consumers who played DoubleDown Casino, DoubleDown Fort Knox, DoubleDown Classic and/or Ellen’s Road to Riches before Nov. 14, 2022.

DoubleDown Interactive is a mobile gaming developer that specializes in casino games. These games allow consumers who play casino games on their mobile devices.

According to a class action lawsuit, DoubleDown’s games violate Washington’s laws against gambling. In order to play DoubleDown Interactive casino games, users are allegedly required to use in-game “chips.” Although consumers receive a bundle of free chips upon downloading the games, consumers are allegedly forced to purchase additional chips using real money.


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