Nintendo sued the “Kuba” for cracking the Switch

TOKYO, JAPAN-2021/03/03: Decorative Bowser sticker on a glass wall inside Nintendo Tokyo store in Shibuya. (Photo by Stanislav Kogiku/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Stanislav Kogiku/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

Speaking of Kuba, everyone knows that this is the villain in the “Mario” game. In real life, Nintendo actually has a confrontation with a “Kuba”. The “Kuba” mentioned here refers to Gary Bowser, the leader of the hacker organization Team Xecuter. His last name is the same as Doug Bowser, president of Nintendo America, and is exactly the same as Kuba’s English name.But the positions of the two are completely opposite. Doug is the old man, and the reason for Gary being targeted is to lead the team.Hack Switch And sell related kits for profit.

In fact, as early as last fall, Gary Bowser was alreadyarrest, And Lao Ren hopes to pursue his copyright infringement and illegal transactions. According to them, Bowser is operating an “international piracy gang” that will sell SX Core, SX Lite, and SX Pro cracking tools that target the Switch globally. If the lawsuit is successful, Bowser’s organization will need to pay US$2,500 in compensation for each cracked device, as well as US$150,000 for each copyright infringement.

This amount of money will undoubtedly bring a huge blow to Team Xecuter, and it should also be able to play a role in killing chickens and monkeys, and this may be the effect that Lao Ren wants to achieve.