post from G2A
strikes back at Unknown Worlds for their
that G2A owes them $300K.
the claim based on G2A's promise
reimburse developers tenfold for credit card chargebacks caused by G2A's
). G2A claims the alleged theft and sale of the Subnautica keys in
question took place before they existed, saying this makes Charlie's statement on the topic slander.
If it was false, such a statement would actually be
libel, but that's probably beside the point. Here's their response:
Launched in 2014, G2A Marketplace was celebrating its 5th birthday this year.
The said keys were allegedly stolen and sold before March 8, 2013 – 6 years
ago. Charlie wrote: “We paid $30,000 to deal with credit card chargebacks
because of G2A.” That’s just slander, and we expect him to at least edit his
posts, if not straight up apologize.Update:
However, if Charlie Cleveland would like us to hire a professional auditing
company to check if the keys from before 2014 appeared on a non-existing
marketplace, we encourage him to contact the G2A Direct team,
as per the initial offer.
In response to @G2A_com blog post (g2a.com/news/latest/de…):
You were already selling game keys through
go2arena.com (your original trading name, now redirects to (link: