Chinese game publisher NetEase has sued American game developer Blizzard Entertainment for allegedly violating a series of license agreements, sources have told Chinese media outlet The Paper. NetEase is demanding RMB 300 million ($43.3 million) in damages, a sum that includes refunds on discontinued games such as World of Warcraft, prepayments for unsold game inventory, and prepayments for various undeveloped games. The case also involves a number of clauses in agreements related to the World of Warcraft and other games, which NetEase argues favored Blizzard unilaterally, disputing their legality. NetEase and Blizzard’s 14-year publication rights partnership ended in January amid acrimony after the companies failed to agree on terms for its renewal. [The Paper, in Chinese]