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Lawsuit alleges EA infringed on sports stadium update patent

Added: 01.02.2015 2:03 | 220 views | 0 comments

Source: www.joystiq.com
Source: www.joystiq.com

White Knuckle IP filed a , which described methods that record real-world parameters, then store those elements on a server so players can download them to update their games. The patent dates back to October 2002.

While the patent is related to another one that deals with updating an athlete's statistics and skills based on real-life performance, the lawsuit focuses on changes to the appearance and attributes of stadiums and venues. The lawsuit specifically targets games in EA Sports' NCAA Football and Tiger Woods PGA Tour series, from , White Knuckle "did not identify any specific feature in its complaint."

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