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Deriş Patents and Trademarks Agency | Global | 18 Apr 2022

Video games: IP considerations

The video games industry is growing enormously worldwide. As of 2021, it was worth more than $175 billion, of which $90 billion corresponded to mobile gaming. It is thought that the industry will reach $218 billion by 2024. IP lawyers and advisors to video game firms must be creative – video games are complex works of authorship, comprising diverse IP rights.
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Bird & Bird LLP | USA | 5 Apr 2022

From cartridges to games on demand: is the video game industry following Netflix’s example?

A series of recent IP and studio acquisitions by videogame giants Sony and Microsoft appear to herald the beginning of a new way to consume…
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AnJie Law Firm | China | 1 Apr 2022

Regulating deep synthesis technologies

Deep synthesis technology can generate images, texts, videos and audio content by using artificial intelligence. The Cyberspace Administration of China recently released the draft provisions on the Administration of Deep Synthesis of Internet Information Services. The draft targets online deep synthesis services, technical support for deep synthesis services, service users and service......
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Baker McKenzie | USA | 24 Jan 2022

Episode 51: Consumer Protection in Video Games - Age rating

In this Episode, Harry Valetk, is joined by Carlos Dávila-Peniche, based in Mexico City and Daniel Villanueva, based in Guadalajara, to…
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Kemp IT Law | European Union, United Kingdom, USA | 13 Oct 2021

Epic Games vs Apple - What does the recent decision mean?

In September, the District Court of Northern California reached a decision in the Epic Games vs Apple case that many have said is a victory for…
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SMARTLEGAL Schmidt & Partners | Hungary | 12 Oct 2021

Mosaic approach and restrictive interpretation of licence in IP infringement case

The Supreme Court recently ruled in the case of a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award-winning composer who sued a French company in Hungary because of the illegal use of his music in video games distributed on online platforms. Besides the issue of the Hungarian courts' jurisdiction on a matter involving a foreign defendant and international copyright infringements, the other......
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Wardyński & Partners | Poland | 26 Aug 2021

Image crises and the influence of culture and history on video games

There is no single recipe for success in the video game market, but some causes of problems at the distribution stage are clear. In this article, we…
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Wardyński & Partners | European Union, Poland | 6 Aug 2021

What does your video game know about you? Data processed by the gaming industry

Many entities in the gaming industry believe that they process little or no personal data. This belief can be misleading. We discuss what gaming…
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Lexology PRO | Australia, USA | 9 Jul 2021

Epic wins appeal in Australia, can restart case against Apple

An appellate court in Australia has sided with Epic Games and lifted a stay on the developer’s lawsuit accusing Apple of illegally maintaining its monopoly over the distribution of apps and in-app payments on its mobile platform.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, China | 6 Jul 2021

China to block Tencent’s merger of video game streaming sites

China’s competition authority will reportedly block Tencent’s proposal to merge the country’s two largest video game streaming sites.
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