One Australian maker of slot machines, Aristocrat Leisure Ltd, is suing another, Ainsworth Game Technology Ltd, both companies say.
The companies presented similar written statements to the Australian Securities Exchange on Thursday, saying Aristocrat Leisure began legal proceedings against Ainsworth the day before.
The statements say Aristocrat Leisure alleges that Ainsworth infringed Aristocrat Leisure intellectual property rights and broke the law that protects consumers in Australia.
Neither statement says precisely how Ainsworth is alleged to have infringed Aristocrat Leisure intellectual property rights and broken the law.
Ainsworth said it would vigorously contest the suit.
Sep 13, 2019The Macau government says it collected MOP76.47 billion (US$9.49 billion) in tax revenue from the city’s gaming industry in the first eight months this year. The tax revenue collected from the...
Sep 13, 2019
”After concluding 20 years of experience in gaming development, we can retain the good parts. Meanwhile, we have to face up to the problems that arose, study them and plug the loopholes”
Ho Iat Seng
Macau’s Chief Executive-designate