A UK resident has been charged and plead guilty to selling counterfeit Nintendo games. The seller created these games over the course of two years (2009-2011) and made an estimated $960,000 from the sales. The titles were for various Nintendo consoles such as the Nintendo DS, DSi and the Nintendo Wii.
Brooks, the criminal in this case, plead guilty to two counts of fraudulent trading, two counts of supplying an article to use in fraud, two counts of unauthorized possession of goods bearing a trademark and one count of unauthorized use of a trademark.
His sentencing for the previously stated crimes will be handed down on November 9th.