Bungie and Ubisoft team up against cheat makers in court

Bungie and Ubisoft have filed a class action lawsuit against Ring-1, creators of cheats for Destiny 2, Rainbow Six Siege, Rust, Apex Legends, Call of Duty, Escape from Tarkov, Hunt: Showdown, Dead by Daylight, PUBG and other cheats are distributed on subscription model for โ‚ฌ25 per week for Rainbow Six Siege cheats set and 30 euros per week for a set of cheats for Destiny 2. Bungie and Ubisoft believe that Ring-1 degrades and destroys the gaming experience as well as the entire business and reputation of companies among the players‘ community. Additionally, Ring-1 has been accused of trademark infringement since the cheat purchase page for Destiny 2 and Rainbow Six Siege contains key art from the games.

The lawsuit does not specify the amount Bungie and Ubisoft are seeking to reimburse for damages. The amount of damages must be proven in court.

Plaintiffs estimate it could total millions of dollars. Earlier Bungie had already teamed up against cheat makers in court with Riot Games.

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