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The firm has been offered $700,000 in damages.

Rovio wins Angry Birds counterfeit toy lawsuit

Rovio has successfully sued several international companies for selling counterfeit versions of its popular Angry Birds toys.

The app game developer will now be awarded $700,000 in damages.

The firm filed a lawsuit against Jong K. Park, Royal Plush Toys, Western Sales and Services and Royal Trade for making and selling knock-off toys based on the game in November 2012.

On March 12th this year, a US District Court Judge for the Northern District of California ordered that the defendant pay the damages to Rovio for willfully violating the Copyright Act, reports Game Politics.

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