PUBG’s developer is suing Apple, Google, and the developer of lucrative PUBG lookalike Free Fire

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The lawsuit was filed Monday.

The image is of Krafton.

The developer of two mobile games is being sued by the maker of the hit PC battle Royale shooter for copying it, and it is also being sued by Apple and Google for distributing those games on their app stores. In addition to the two games in question, and the numerous posts containing a feature-length Chinese film that is nothing more than a blatantly infringing live-action dramatization of the game, there is also a video hosted on YouTube.

The games Free Fire and Free Fire Max are offered by Garena. They are shown as Garena Free Fire and Garena Free Fire Max on both the App Store and the Play store. Both are free with in-app purchases.

According to the person.

The game structure and play, the combination and selection of weapons, armor, and unique objects, locations, and overall choice of the game are all copied by Free Fire and Free Fire Max.

Apple and Google have similar amounts of revenue from their distribution of Free Fire, according to a new report.

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In the lawsuit, the comparisons were made to show the case against Garena.

The image is of Krafton.

On December 21st, it asked Garena to immediately stop exploitation of Free Fire and Free Fire Max, which Garena apparently refused to do, and it asked Apple and Google to stop distributing the games.

In case you have any questions about that film.

There is an update on the below.
1. The directors said it's not a movie about a game.
2. They are considering suing because of the similarities to the game.
3. You can watch it with English subtitles.
August 15, 2021.

Garena sold a game in Singapore that was similar to the hit gamePUBG. There was no license agreement established, according to the lawsuit.

I didn't know about Free Fire before the lawsuit, but I have learned that it's quite lucrative. The amount of player spending that Free Fire earned in the year was up 48 percent from the year before. The total dollar amount is less than last year, but the figures are still up. It could be that Free Fire is growing faster than PUBG Mobile.

We checked with another firm, Appfigures, and it still suggested that Free Fire is catching up. The China- and India-specific versions of the game earned a combined $639 million in revenue last year.

The two companies didn't reply to the request for comment. The claims ofKrafton are groundless, according to a spokesman for Sea.