Taking the LoL account of the deceased boyfriend and selling it, the girl was discovered by her family, the publisher had to get involved
In China, virtual assets such as QQ accounts and game accounts also belong to inheritance. China’s “White Paper on Wills and Wills 2021” shows that the inclusion and arrangement of “virtual property” has become a prominent feature in the wills of people born in the 90s. this. It is also for this reason that recently, a “strange” story has made the community in this country talk.
Specifically, a girl took the QQ account of her deceased boyfriend and tried to sell the LoL account in it, causing netizens in this country to talk excitedly. According to the share of a famous game blogger in this country, the account owner died in an accident, his girlfriend secretly changed the account information and wanted to sell it.
The incident was discovered by the victim’s brother when he saw his brother’s account for sale and immediately became a hot topic of discussion on social networking platforms in this country. Even the League of Legends publisher in China had to verify from the information on social networks. “Please provide relevant information and contact information of the people involved so that we can clarify the situation,” a Tencent representative said.
After that, it seems that everything was settled when the League of Legends account was returned to the deceased’s family with a commitment that the family could help accordingly in the next needs.” In this regard, some lawyers said that: The purpose of the woman illegally buying a game account is to get virtual assets in the game account, in order to earn more profit from the transaction, in case she I am not a relative of the deceased, which constitutes an act of appropriation of property. At this time, the mother of the deceased person can ask that woman to return it as an heir, if it cannot be returned, she may be liable for damages.”
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