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March 29, 2011: Class Action Against Chucky Cheese

This is a demand for a jury trial. Chucky Cheese's family restaurants feature games, rides, prizes, food and entertainment for children. Most of the games require Chuck E. Cheese's tokens which can be purchased for $.25 per token and offer children a chance to win tickets after the game is finished. Unfortunately, many games found at Chucky Cheese are illegal gambling devices that require little or no skill and are predominantly games of chance, much like a roulette wheel. These devices are illegal in California. Plaintiff brings this action on behalf of a class of persons who have played these illegal devices at Chuck E. Cheese's restaurants in California.

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