Surely many of you will know the company Wata Games for being one of the most famous when it comes to assessing the status of classic games. Well, recently it has been involved in a controversial scandal.
And it is that the clients Jacob Knight, Jack Cribbs y Jason Dohse
- They share that a copy of the original Super Mario Bros. for the NES was selling for $30,000 in 2017, while that same game had a reported value of $2 million in 2021.
- They also denounce the participation of company representatives in some of these auctions
- Kotaku shared a full report from where they also denounce these practices
- We can also see the full lawsuit in this tweet:
Breaking news! The class-action lawsuit against Wata Games was filed today in United States District Court, Central District of California, Southern Division. Case no. 8:22-cv-00967-DOC-KES pic.twitter.com/6JT7IhxCj4
— Pat Contri (@PatTheNESpunk) May 11, 2022
We will have to be attentive in case more details are offered in this regard. Meanwhile, what do you think about the news?