Recently, Ubisoft sues both Apple and Google for allowing a “rip off” of their one game, Rainbow Six Siege.
Ubisoft filed a lawsuit against the two companies due to their support of the Rainbow Sex rip off mobile app game.
Recently, a report published by Bloomberg, details about Ubisoft’s decision to sue Apple and Google has expanded.
Area F2, which is a game developed by Subsidary of Alibaba was called a ‘near copy’ of the Rainbow Six: Siege yesterday in a LA courtroom (Fri, May 15).
“Rainbow Six: Siege is among the most popular competitive multiplayer games in the world, and is among Ubisoft’s most valuable intellectual properties. Virtually every aspect of Area F2 is copied from Rainbow Six: Siege, from the operator selection screen to the final scoring screen, and everything in between. -Ubisoft
According to the Bloomberg report, it also says Ubisoft’s competitors are constantly looking for ways to “piggybank” on Rainbow Six: Siege’s popularity and capture the attention and money of the game.
Confirmed by Bloomberg, despite being notified of the copyright infringement, both Apple and Google have refused to remove Area F2 from their App Stores.