Microsoft’s call for the case to be moved to arbitration was successful
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A class action lawsuit that claims Microsoft distributed faulty Xbox controllers has been compelled to arbitration.
This follows a call from the company made back in February to have an impartial adjudicator resolve the issues outside of the courtroom.
The case, filed in April 2020 by US law firm CSK&D, alleges that a high volume of Xbox players have been affected by drifting issues caused by general use of the controller. The firm also filed similar cases against Sony and Nintendo.
However, CSK&D remains committed to