Ubisoft Entertainment filed a lawsuit against Apple and Google this week, accusing the two companies of selling the “plagiarized version” of the console game “Rainbow Six: Siege.”
Ubisoft filed a lawsuit in the Los Angeles Federal Court, claiming that the game “Area F2” developed by Qookka Games plagiarized “Rainbow Six: Siege.”Ubisoft said it has notified Apple and Google that “Area F2” violated its copyright, but both companies refused to remove the game from Google Play and the App Store.
As one of Ubisoft ’s most valuable intellectual property rights, Rainbow Six: Siege is an eSports game with 55 million registered players worldwide. According to Ubisoft ’s copyright infringement statement, 3 million users play this game every day Games.Ubisoft ’s lawsuit claims that it cannot “cause serious controversy”. “Area F2” is copied from “Rainbow Six: Siege” from the operator selection interface to the final scoring interface, and in between. Everything.
It should be noted that this “Area F2” was developed by Alibaba’s gaming company Ejoy. In the exclusive reply to the domestic media in the question, Jian Yue said: “respect each other, there is no infringement.” According to Jian Yue, his “Area F2” took two years to invest in independent research and development, and there was no infringement at all. One thing, while expressing respect for Ubisoft ’s allegations, Jian Yue, and the company ’s legal affairs have begun to actively communicate with each other.