Roblox Players Have Only Days Left to Claim $10M Settlement

Roblox account holders are entitled to a share of a multi-million class action settlement, but time is running out.

Roblox account holders could be entitled to a share of a $10 million settlement, but those eligible have less than a week to claim.

The settlement is the result of a class action lawsuit that claims the online gaming platform allowed children to make purchases, and then deleted content as part of its moderation process, without giving refunds for lost items.

The settlement closes on August 10th, read on to find out how to make your claim.

What are the Details of the Roblox Settlement?

The $10 million settlement centers around a class action lawsuit from a father of a Roblox player, who criticised the company, alleging that it was deliberately allowing children to purchase content, and then subsequently deleting it under the guise of content moderation, after said content broke its terms.

In doing so, the claimant states that the move was a calculated ‘win-win’ for Roblox, as it was able to sell the content, and then delete it without offering refunds.

Surfshark logo🔎 Want to browse the web privately? 🌎 Or appear as if you're in another country?
Get a huge 86% off Surfshark with this special offer.See deal button

Roblox has denied any wrong doing in the case, but has agreed to the $10 million settlement.

Roblox has also agreed that in the future, any user who has content moderated, and loses money for paid items, will automatically be credited.

The case follows other high profile settlements from tech companies, including Instagram and Google.

How to Claim Part of Roblox $10 Million Settlement

In order to claim your entitlement of the Roblox settlement, you need to ensure that you fit the criteria:

  • Had a Roblox account before May 11, 2023
  • Content was moderated and removed from account
  • Have submitted a claim by August 10 2023

There are only a few days left to make the claim, after which the window will close, and claimants will no longer be able to pursue the case or receive payment.

In order to make a claim, Roblox customers will need to fill out this settlement form.

Those affected will receive an automatic credit to their Roblox account, but can also take the option of a cash settlement, should the refund amount be over $10.

The final hearing in this case is set for September 27, with payments not being made until after this date.

Did you find this article helpful? Click on one of the following buttons
We're so happy you liked! Get more delivered to your inbox just like it.

We're sorry this article didn't help you today – we welcome feedback, so if there's any way you feel we could improve our content, please email us at

Written by:
Jack is the Deputy Editor for He has over 15 years experience in publishing, having covered both consumer and business technology extensively, including both in print and online. Jack has also led on investigations on topical tech issues, from privacy to price gouging. He has a strong background in research-based content, working with organisations globally, and has also been a member of government advisory committees on tech matters.
Explore More See all news
Back to top