World giants Google and Apple filed for copyright


Ubisoft, the developer of the popular game series such as Tom Clancy, Assassin’s Creed, has filed a lawsuit in the most popular companies in the world. In this case, Ubisoft decided to open due to copyright, it took Google and Apple in the face. The reason for this rather serious issue is copyright infringement.

Area F2, a game sold on both the Google Play Store and the App Store, was developed and added by Qookka Games. Of course, this game caught the attention of Ubisoft. Because the game was the carbon copy of Rainbow Six: Siege, which is part of Ubisoft.

Ubisoft sues both companies!

The game’s resemblance to Rainbow Six: Siege, which we can call almost the same, caused the case. Having sued the federal court in Los Angeles, Ubisoft took over Google LLC and Apple Inc. Voicing the rights of Rainbow Six: Siege, which has 55 million registered players in the world, has been violated, Ubisoft has accused companies that allow the release of Area F2, which copies the game, with copyright.

The interesting part is that Ubisoft informs Apple and Google about the issue before the case. He even wants him to remove the game from their store, but neither company accepts the offer. Ubisoft has no other choice. If the game is really a copy, the winner of the case is already clear. Let’s see how the process will proceed.


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