Coral Castle, operators of a museum in southern Florida with the same name, filed a lawsuit last week against Epic Games, the makers of Fortnite. The initial complaint alleges trademark infringement, likelihood of confusion, bad faith, loss of sales and profits, unfair competition, trademark dilution, and more, along with a plethora of remedies requested. Click on this article link to learn more.
In the latest series of lawsuits over dances found in the famous video game Fortnite, Jaylen Brantley and Jared Nickens sued video game developer Epic Games in February 2019, accusing Epic of copying their “running man” dance into the game without their consent. In May, a federal judge issues a final ruling on the case. What are the details of this case, and how, if at all, do they differ from other lawsuits filed against Epic for dances found in Fortnite? Click on this article link to learn more.
The time has finally come. After numerous threats and promises of future lawsuits from Brendan Greene, the creator behind PUBG and the actual ‘Player Unknown,’ PUBG Corp., the game development company behind the popular game ‘PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds,’ has finally filed an official lawsuit in South Korea against Epic Games Korea. Epic Games Korea is the Korean branch of the U.S. based game developer behind the famous game ‘Fortnite’ that originated on PC. The two companies behind the two most popular battle royale, last man standing games are finally going to resolve the dispute that’s been going on since last year. PUBG vs. Fortnite; which game will be the last one standing? Click on this article link to learn more.
An update on last week’s story regarding Epic Games lawsuits against cheaters who have hacked their game Fortnite Battle Royale.
Epic Games, a North-Carolina based video game development company, is fighting very aggressively against cheaters and hackers who break their game, and have already banned thousands of hackers and are filing multiple lawsuits against even more cheaters.