The creator of ‘Pokémon Go’ is suing an ‘association of hackers’ that it says helps players cheat at its games
|06/15/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Niantic, the creator of “Pokémon Go” and the forthcoming “Harry Potter: Wizards Unite,” has filed suit against Global++, an “association of hackers” that allegedly makes and distributes “hacked” versions of its games.
- Those versions, which Niantic calls “hacked” and Global++ calls “tweaked,” give players what Niantic says is an unfair advantage — and infringes on Niantic’s intellectual property, it alleges in the lawsuit.
- The lawsuit comes shortly before Niantic is expected to officially launch “Harry Potter,” which has been in a beta phase in Australia and New Zealand since April.
- “Niantic files this motion on the eve of the United read more >>>