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Krafton suing Apple and Google over PUBG lookalike

Friday 14 January 2022 | 13:36 CET | News
South Korean game developer Krafton, the company behind the global hit PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), has filed lawsuits against Apple and Google for distributing two mobile games it alleges have copied aspects of PUBG, reports The Verge. According to Krafton, Singapore-based Garena's Free Fire and Free Fire Max games, available for free with in-app purchases on the App Store and Google Play, extensively copy numerous aspects of Battlegrounds, including its game structure and in-game items, equipment and locations.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / Google / Krafton / YouTube
Countries: World
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