Take-Two is being sued by former QA tester Aaron Martinez, who accuses Take-Two subsidiary Visual Concepts of failing to provide legally mandated breaks and overtime pay. VG247 sums up the details in the case, saying the plaintiff is asking a California court to designate this a class action, stating "over 400 employees were not compensated for overtime and not provided with lunch breaks." They also have Take-Two's denial, saying the plaintiff "fails to state facts and is unable to state facts," and that the firm compensated employees "at the legally required rate for hours worked in excess of 8 hours per day." This includes reporting from NeoGAF, Develop, and Edge.
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