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Default Niantic settles 'Pokémon Go' festival lawsuit for $1.5 million

Niantic has already refunded the ticket costs for attendees of 2017's disastrous Pokémon Go Fest, but it's now poised to pay more. The company is settling a class action lawsuit over the festival to the tune of $1.57 million, with an official...

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