Super Nintendo World is on its way at Universal Studios to make your video games come to life and the trademark registrations hint at an amazing ride on the way.
Blizzard Entertainment has obtained an $8.7 million judgment against game hack maker Bossland for intellectual property infringement.
A Canadian court ruled in favor of the video game giant, awarding them around $12.8 million over a device that let’s users play pirated Nintendo games.
Recently, countrywide bans of several popular mobile games have raised questions about the predictability of access to games in today’s global games marketplace. On December 27, Iran’s Ministry of Justice blocked access to Supercell’s “Clash of Clans” after the Committee for Determining Instances of Criminal Conduct received a report from psychologists claiming that “Clash of
King.com has maintained a predatory pattern of gobbling up as many descriptive terms as possible including the term SUPER.
After an initial dismissal, an appeals court has hit the replay button in Lindsay Lohan’s lawsuit against the makers of Grand Theft Auto for using her likeness.
Ready Lawsuit One. Riot filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against a Chinese video game developer for their “Arena of Battle” video game accusing it off being a rip-off of “League of Legends”.
The developers of Prison Architect, Introversion Software, recently received a letter from the British Red Cross notifying them of their game’s unauthorized use of an internationally restricted emblem, the Red Cross.
After 15 years of existence, the creators of a popular fan-made “Doom” spin-off game were served a cease and desist letter by the owners of the franchise over claims of trademark infringement.
HBO has been busy opposing trademarks that they argue are confusingly similar to GAME OF THRONES including GAME OF STONERS for computer games.