Games developer Turbine has claimed that Atari breached their licensing agreement in relation to the MMO, Dungeons and Dragons Online.Atari took Turbine on to develop Dungeons and Dragons Online: Stormreach, however, Turbine claims Atari didn’t provide sufficient resources to promote and distribute the game. As a result, Turbine invested millions of dollars of its own capital to operate and maintain the service.Turbine claims that Atari knowingly let the situation continue with a view to terminating the contract with Turbine for breach of agreements at a later date.Atari says the money invested by Turbine was not called for by their agreement.Last month Turbine announced that the MMO would change to a free to play format with micro transactions from the subscription model the game had at the time.

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