As Emergenceingame.Com reported, on August 16, Blizzard filed a lawsuit in a court in the state of California, alleging that the game is called Glorious Saga of the company Chinese games Sina Games had “copied almost all words” Warcraft and related products”. It is known that this is a free real-time strategy game, widely released in many countries under the name Glorious World. And whatever comes must come, after the controversy of lawsuits, yesterday, the game suddenly announced its closure. The announcement was posted on the official Facebook fan page of Glorious Saga:
In fact, this is not the first time Blizzard has sued another company for infringing its copyright. With the ownership of extremely popular blockbusters such as Overwatch or Warcraft, it is understandable that other game companies intentionally copy and eat popularity to profit. According to Blizzard’s allegation, not only Warcraft but many other popular games such as Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh or Naruto were stolen by this Sina Games: “The majority of their business is production and distribution. games that infringe intellectual property”.
The blatant copying is entirely “intentional and intentional” and has “caused serious and irreparable harm to Blizzard and its business”. Blizzard is asking Sina Games to pay $150,000 for each piracy, pay all legal costs and permanently ban Glorious Saga and any other titles. plagiarism game which is developed by Sina.
So, it goes without saying that the “irresistible cause” mentioned above by Sina Games is definitely related to this lawsuit.
“You just need to change the character name, shape and the whole game. The game will come back, lol”
“For irresistible reasons? You mean can’t resist blatant copying from other titles? Let’s create something decent.”
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