Ubisoft and Bungie have recently filed a joint lawsuit against a website selling subscription hacks for games like Rainbow Six: Siege a Destiny 2. The lawsuit has been filed in California – as originally reported by PCGamer.
Both plaintiffs have pressed several charges against Ring-1, which is accused of selling hacks for these games. Among many prominent copyright and trademark references, the offender is also accused of using key art for these games.
Both plaintiffs demand revenues earned by the website from the sale of fraudsters, but the amount has yet to be found. Guessing suggests it might be in millions, but it looks like we’ll have to wait for more details to emerge to see how this lawsuit shapes. Activision recently pulled a number of promotional videos for an ML-powered fraudster Duty Call that claims to even work on consoles.