Activision sues EngineOwning for Call Of Duty fraud

Activision has submitted the application a complaint in California’s District Court against German software company EngineOwning, citing EngineOwning’s “trading in infringing equipment”, “knowingly interfering with contractual relationships” and “unfair competition”, all are legal ways of saying “cheating”.

The complaint accuses EngineOwning of “unlawful conduct” and describes EngineOwnings products as “malware”. EngineOwnings’ activities, according to the filing, “damage Activision’s games, the company’s overall business, and the experience of the COD player community.” EngineOwning sells cheat packs for no less than seven Call Of Duty titles and is accused of developing similar cheat packs for Overwatch.

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Other major multiplayer titles offered by the EngineOwning bundle include Halo Infinite, Splitgate, Titanfall 2, Star Wars Battlefront II, and various Battlefield games, so it will be interesting to see if this lawsuit makes a difference. Microsoft and EA filed their own complaints whether or not to even cooperate with Activision to prevent the defunct EngineOwning, of course, through the appropriate legal channels.

EngineOwning has yet to respond to the complaint, although several fraudulent Call Of Duty: Warzone players have responded about Activision’s launch last month. Anti-cheat software RICOCHET by changing their usernames to things like “YesImHacking,” making honest, rule-abiding players angry because the anti-cheat system can’t seem to keep up. This certainly could explain Activision’s decision to take the matter to court.

https://www.gamepur.com/news/activision-sues-engineowning-over-call-of-duty-cheats Activision sues EngineOwning for Call Of Duty fraud

Luke Plunkett

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