Maryland Man Jailed For Selling modified Xboxes

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 9:11 pm

The owner of a Maryland-based retailer has been sentenced to five months in prison and fined $247,237 for selling modified Xboxes that let players play pirated games, the Entertainment Software Association said on Thursday.

Biren Amin, owner of the Pandora’s Cube chain, is the fourth person associated with Pandora’s Cube to be convicted and sentenced for game piracy. Last month, Hitesh Patel, a store manager, was sentenced to four months in prison, four months under house arrest and two years of probation.

Source: News.com


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