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January 28, 1998


By CBR Staff Writer

The Superior Court for Santa Clara County has entered an injunction ordering Sega to return 3Dfx Interactive trade secrets and confidential information which had been shared with Sega pursuant to the development agreement between 3Dfx Interactive and Sega. Sega terminated the agreement without cause last July. This January 9th injunction formalizes one originally filed on December 22, 1997. 3Dfx Interactive filed suit against Sega Enterprises Ltd and Sega of America, as well as NEC Corp and VideoLogic Group Plc for claims arising out of Sega’s termination of the agreement to use 3Dfx’s chipset in Sega’s next generation video game console. 3Dfx Interactive develops three dimensional media processors, software and related technology for immersive and interactive gaming on PCs, coin-operated arcades and location-based entertainment systems.

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