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Employees are leaving Toys For Bob after Activision moved studio to support Call of Duty Warzone
It seems that Toys For Bob, owned by Activision and known for creating Crash Bandicoot 4, is now suffering layoffs. It happened after the studio was moved to support the development of Call of Duty Warzone.
Activision sues creator of browser game Warzone, calling his trademark claims ‘frivolous’
Indie developer Randy Ficker launched web-based strategy Warzone in 2017. After Activision released Call of Duty: Warzone last year, Ficker accused the company of infringing his trademark rights. The publisher, however, denies the claim.
Mobile runner Crash Bandicoot: On the Run surpasses 8 million downloads in 24 hours
Crash Bandicoot: On the Run, a mobile spin-off of the famous platformer series, hit more than 8 million downloads in 24 hours. If you count the game’s early iOS release in, the King-developed title has already generated 11.4 million installs.
Video games in and out of court (December 2019 — April 2020). Part Two.
Our friends at law firm Semenov&Pevzner have put together an exhaustive overview of the most significant legal disputes that have impacted the video games industry since late 2019.
This overview covers both notable lawsuits and other impactful cases which have profoundly affected the industry without having made it to the courtroom.