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U.S. Patent no. 10,279,266: Monitoring game activity to detect a surrogate computer program

USA - February 18 2020 U.S. Patent No. 10,279,266 (the ‘266 Patent) relates to monitoring electronic game activity to detect that an electronic game is being controlled or…

Capital C Infringement of Capitol Records

USA - February 13 2020 On March 21, 2012, plaintiff EMI Publishing filed a suit for copyright infringement against 4MM Games, LLC (“4MM”). 4MM has not yet responded to the…

Riot Games Rioting Over Esports Team’s Trademark Infringement

USA - February 6 2020 Video game company and developer of popular MOBA video game League of Legends, Riot Games Inc., has filed a trademark suit in California’s Central District against “Riot Squad,” an eSports team.

U.S. Patent no. 10,279,260: Cut-scene gameplay

USA - February 4 2020 Summary: U.S. Patent No. 10,279,260 (the ‘260 Patent) relates to cut-scene gameplay which incorporates elements of both movies and video games. There…

Capcom Wins Long-Running Patent Suit Against Koei Tecmo

Japan - January 30 2020 On September 11, 2019, Japanese game developer Capcom announced that Japan’s Intellectual Property High Court ruled in favor of the developer in their…

U.S. Patent no. 10,279,252: Game execution environments

USA - January 21 2020 Summary: U.S. Patent No. 10,279,252 (the ‘252 Patent) relates to executing multiple video game environments on one device. The ‘252 Patent proceeds by…

Nintendo Wins Battle with Pirates on UK Seas

United Kingdom, USA - January 16 2020 In the England and Wales High Court, Nintendo has received a court order requiring five major Internet Service Providers in the country to block…

U.S. Patent no. 10,278,001: Multiple listener cloud render with enhanced instant replay

USA - January 14 2020 U.S. Patent No. 10,278,001 (the ‘001 Patent) relates to streaming video platforms and specifically those used to stream video games such as Twitch…

Nintendo Escapes Vice Grip in ITC Challenge

USA - January 9 2020 This ITC Investigation involved allegations that the Nintendo Switch allegedly infringed two Gamevice patents (U.S. Patent Nos. 9,808,713 and 9,855…

U.S. Patent no. 10,275,947: Modifying a simulated character by direct manipulation

USA - January 7 2020 U.S. Patent No. 10,275,947 (the ‘947 Patent) relates to simulation video games. Simulation video games are games designed to simulate aspects of real…