Krafton sues Google, YouTube, and Apple over alleged PUBG clones
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Krafton sues Google, YouTube, and Apple over alleged PUBG clones

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Playerunnow’s Battlegrounds studio Krafton has filed lawsuits against Apple, Google, YouTube and free-to-play game company Garina over two mobile games, Freefire (originally called Freefire: Battle Grounds) and Freefire: Max. “Copy many aspects of the massive ground-breaking Battle Royale game,” he said.

According to the lawsuit (via The Verge), shortly after the launch of PUBG, Garena started selling free fire in Singapore in 2017. This apparently led to a complaint and a settlement, but the settlement did not include any licensing deal or permission to distribute the game. Nevertheless, a mobile version of the game appeared that year on the App Store and Google Play, followed by Free Firemax in 2018.



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