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League of Legends Pro Arrested on Drug Trafficking Suspicions

League of LegendsImage courtesy of YouTube/ToyzKurtis Lau "Toyz" Wai-kin has been arrested in Taipei on suspicion if drug trafficking. The ex-League of Legends pro has been arrested on suspicion of trafficking marijuana, which is a class 2 illegal drug in Taipei. Getting caught with marijuana carries hefty fines and severe prison sentences. While the recreational use of marijuana is slowly becoming legal in many U.S. states, in Taiwan the drug is classified alongside opium and amphetamines.According to Taiwan's Narcotics Hazard Prevention Act, any one found guity of possession of marijuana

Former League pro arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking

Kurtis Lau “Toyz” Wai-Kin, a former League of Legends pro player and coach, has been arrested in Taipei, Taiwan on suspicion of trafficking marijuana, a class two illegal drug in the country. If he’s found guilty, he could be sentenced to jail for several years and forced to pay a fine of up to five million New Taiwan dollars (~$179,691). The Chief Prosecutor of the Taichung District Prosecutor’s office said a warrant was issued for Wai-Kin’s arrest and that the police found marijuana in his home after a search. So far, the

Nintendo is Suing Bowser Over Hacked Switch Consoles

Top GamesDoug Bowser, President of Nintendo of America, is suing hacker Gary Bowser for copyright infringement in the ultimate Battle of the Bowsers. | NintendoDoug Bowser, President of Nintendo of America, is suing hacker Gary Bowser for copyright infringement in the ultimate Battle of the Bowsers.Charges were filed in a western Seattle District Court on Friday, April 16, against Gary Bowser, one alleged leader of Team Xecuter—a known hack creation group. According to Nintendo's legal team, Bowser and his "pirate operation" have been selling illicit operating systems and tools meant