Le 6 février 2016, 06:26 dans Humeurs • 0
Earlier this month, Sony Computer Entertainment America has tried to trademark "Let's play" with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, but the attempt was rejected because the USPTO, he said, there would be no consumer confusion with what is called "LP Let'z PLAY".
"LP Let'z PLAY" is a trademark owned by a US company working to connect players together.
Now, however, the USPTO has wised up to the reason that common sense can not - must not - Let's Play brand: because it is a generic term used to describe thousands of people playing video games.
This development is the result of the McArthur RuneScape 2007 Gold Law Firm, who sent a letter of protest to the USPTO speak against Sony attempt.
The letter cites 50 examples of how generic and descriptive Let's play streaming video games. It worked, and now the USPTO has had something to say, quoting Wikipedia page to read and let the subreddit / r / LETSplay as evidence.
The law firm McArthur said this latest version is "lethal" for Sony's previous rejection of the USPTO.
"Given the strength of this evidence, we are confident that Sony will not be able to overcome this rejection," it said. "The term 'Let's play" is now always in the public domain. "
For players, Sony AVABEL Gold eh?