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Roblox Corporation has settled a class action that claimed Roblox should have refunded Roblox users who spent Robux on virtual items that were later removed (moderated) from the Roblox platform. As part of this settlement, Roblox is establishing a $10 million settlement fund from which users will automatically receive a credit of Robux to their Roblox account. Alternatively, eligible users can submit a claim to receive their share of the settlement fund as a cash payment if that share exceeds a value of $10. Roblox has also agreed to maintain a policy of automatically crediting users for Robux spent on items that are later moderated for at least four more years.
With some exceptions (provided in FAQ 5), those included in this class settlement are all individuals in the United States who had a Roblox account prior to May 11, 2023, from which content was moderated and removed by Roblox. The Court in charge of this case has not yet made a final decision to approve the Settlement. Payments of Robux and/or cash will be made only if the Court grants final approval to the Settlement and that decision is not reversed by appeal.
If you are a class member, your legal rights are affected whether you act or not, so please read the Notice carefully.
You will automatically receive a Robux credit to your account determined by your individual share of the settlement. You will release your right to individually sue Roblox for the issues in this lawsuit.
See FAQ 12 for more information.
Fill Out a Claim Form
If your individual share of the settlement is worth more than $10, you can elect to receive a cash payment instead of Robux credit by submitting a cash claim form by August 10, 2023.
See FAQ 9 for more information.
Write to the Court about why you do not like something about the Settlement by August 10, 2023.
Ask to be excluded from the Class
If you don’t want to be a part of the Settlement, you must submit a request to be excluded. You won’t get any money, Robux, or other benefits, but you will keep any rights to sue Roblox yourself for the same legal issues in this lawsuit.
See FAQ 15 for more information.
Go to a hearing on September 27, 2023
You can ask to speak to the Court about your opinion of the Settlement, including the amount of lawyers’ fees. Written requests to speak must be received by the Court by August 10, 2023.
See FAQ 22 for more information.
Doe v. Roblox Corporation
United States District Court Northern District of California San Francisco Division
|First Amended Class Action Complaint|
|Preliminary Approval Order|
|Motion for Attorney Fees and a Service Award|
|Declaration of Mark S. Reich in Support of Motion for Attorney Fees and a Service Award|
|Declaration of Yaman Salahi in Support of Motion for Attorney Fees and a Service Award|
|Exhibit A to the Declaration of Yaman Salahi in Support of Motion|
|Exhibit B to the Declaration of Yaman Salahi in Support of Motion|
|Declaration of John Dennis in Support of Motion for Attorney Fees and a Service Award|
|Motion in Support of Final Approval|
|Downloadable Request for Exclusion Form|
Opt Out Deadline
Final Approval Hearing