The developers of Rainbow Six Siege and Destiny 2 from Ubisoft and Bungie, respectively, filed a lawsuit against the creators of the popular ring-1 cheat in the community.
Bungie and Ubisoft have filed a class-action lawsuit against Ring-1, the 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 more.
Cheats are distributed on a subscription basis for 25 euros per week for a set of cheats for Rainbow Six Siege and 30 euros per week for a set of cheats for Destiny 2.
The lawsuit describes two claims. Firstly, the creators of the cheats illegally use the logo and images for profit. Secondly, the software they distribute negatively affects the gaming experience of honest users and also reduces the cost of in-game rewards.
The plaintiffs also seek monetary compensation. They identified several individuals who are believed to be involved in the Ring-1 service and shared information about them with the court.
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