Gary Bowser stabbed him, not a little, but a lot.
No other console manufacturer or game publisher is as strong in dealing with all forms of piracy as Nintendo, which is of course not surprising given that the Japanese view even emulators and mod makers with suspicion. Among the most exciting results of this crusade is the shutdown of Gary Bowser, who played a key role in the Switch and 3DS hack as one of the leaders of Team Xecuter.
In the end, he was sentenced to prison in the United States in addition to paying billions of forints in damages. He got three years and four months, this happened in February 2022, but he was already released.
After his release, Bowser gave an interview They betrayed him, that he was able to leave federal prison in March and is now awaiting return to Canada, as he is a Canadian citizen. However, this is far from the end of his ordeal, as he has to pay $14.5 million in damages, of which $10 million will go to Nintendo. So far, he’s made a very small part of this, paying $175, which he received for his work in prison. However, once you have a regular income, 25-30 percent of it will automatically go into your Nintendo Account each month, and you should start paying it back within six months.
Based on that, Bowser would need to earn at least $40 million total to fully compensate Nintendo, and since he’s 53, it might not be too far from him to pay him for the rest of his life.
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