The Disco Elysium lawsuit goes to court and revolves around an alleged €4.8 million fraud

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During a hearing before an Estonian court, new details of the legal dispute between the creatives of Disco Elyisum and their former bosses became known.

To wrap up the story so far, a trio of high-profile employees behind the first Disco Elysium game were fired from developer ZA/UM after the company was taken over by Estonian businessmen Ilmar Kompus, now ZA/UM’s boss and majority shareholder, and Tõnis Haavel , who was previously convicted of investment fraud.

On the one hand, some of the staff – including Disco Elysium game director Robert Kurvitz and art director Aleksander Rostov – have worked before


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