Today, we’re giving an update to a case we first wrote about in November 2017, where AM General LLC, makers of the Humvee military grade vehicle, sued the gaming company Activision Blizzard, over Blizzard’s use of the “Humvee” mark in Blizzard’s famous ‘Call of Duty’ video game franchise. Which part prevailed in this litigation? Click on this article link to learn more.
In what some consider a “malicious and exploitable” method to encourage gamers play and spend more, Electronic Arts (“EA”) has filed a patent dealing with video game matchmaking capability. EA isn’t the only company that has filed this kind of patent; Activision recently patented a similar method. What does this mean for gamers? Read about it here.
AM General LLC, makers of the Humvee military grade vehicle, are taking Activision to court for their use of the Humvee mark in Activision’s famous Call of Duty video game franchise.