When it comes to stopping players cheating Grand Theft Auto Online and preventing people from violating trademark rights and making these programs, Judge Louis Stanton of Manhattan gave Take-Two Interactive a big win. The publisher has been granted a restraining order that prevents a man from Georgia from selling programs that can cheat players in the game.
Take-Two Interactives Grand Theft Auto Online The lawsuit was first filed on March 23, 201
Take-Two successfully argued that his copyright Grand Theft Auto V was violated by these programs. As a result, the brand Grand Theft Auto was damaged and sales were affected. After all, the players did not want to play a game in which the odds against them occurred.
According to Stanton, the injunction would hopefully result in Take-Two investing more in Grand Theft Auto Online . that players and the company could do. It was also found that the unemployed Zipperer posed a risk because he could allegedly do no harm.
Zipperer filed an unfair competition claim rejected by Stanton. In addition, Take-Two expressed its intention to continue to take legal action, if necessary, to protect its property.
Although Grand Theft Auto V made its debut in 2013, it still sells like hotcakes, not least thanks to the continued support of Rockstar Games by Grand Theft Auto Online . It makes sense that Rockstar and Take-Two are still finding ways to make the player more enjoyable and continue to make a profit.
[Source: IGN via Reuters]