The patent Gamevice alleges Nintendo is violating is called "Combination Computing Device and Game Controller with Flexible Bridge Section".
Gamevice is suing Nintendo for allegedly infringing the patents used in its Android gaming tablet the Wikipad, and its add-on controllers for phones and tablets, Engadget reported. While there are differences between the Switch and Gamevice's products, I couldn't say whether or not they're enough to dismiss the lawsuit entirely.
Gamevice claimed that Nintendo has infringed the '119 patent through the sale of Nintendo Switch.
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Gamevice has demanded that Nintendo pay damages for the infringement, and has requested a ban of all Switch sales - something that would have a massive impact on the Nintendo's revenue stream.
The Wikipad (pictured above) features dual analog sticks, an analog D-pad, and four analog action buttons.
The lawsuit was filed on the 9th August. A tablet/mobile device slides into the device to allow you to play mobile games with traditional console controls. The full text for the law suit can be found here.