Florida Game Pirate Ordered to Pay $415,900 in Restitution

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Entertainment Software AssociationThe Entertainment Software Association, a trade group that represents video game publishers, is pleased that it was able to assist the FBI and U.S. Attorney's office in finding and convicting a Florida game pirate.
Kifah Maswadi, a 24-year-old resident of Oakland, Florida, was sentenced to 15 months in prison for selling pirated game systems. Maswadi's "Power Player" handheld game systems were pre-loaded with pirated copies of 76 Nintendo games. Maswadi was found guilty of selling these systems through the internet and in Virginia, and was ordered to pay $415,900 of restitution in addition to his prison sentence.

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