Last year, Adam Winger, director of the Nord Logan City Library in Utah, drew for reasons that were not immediately clear. Now things have become a teensy bit clearer: He has been found guilty of spending $ US89,000 ($ 123,366) in public money on mobile games sensation Game of War .
Earlier this year, Herald Journal reported that the investigators found that Winger, 38, had bought "hundreds" of Amazon, iTunes and Google Play gift cards, of which he set off for the purchase in Game of War -An free to play massively multiplayer online strategy games where you collect resources, build things and wait a long time for the last two things to happen.
He made the bulk of these purchases with two Amazon accounts, both of which were linked to the city and personal credit cards. On top of that, Winger was also charged with fudging invoices to cover his track.
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As per Journal he helped him avoid imprisonment. Winger's lawyer, Herm Olsen, said that Winger sold his house and drained his pension fund in a "Herculean" effort to pay the USD $ 108,119 total.
Another tragedy led us to ethically dubious microtransactions. And Kate Upton.