18 May 2021TrademarksMuireann Bolger

Epic sues China AR start-up over ‘Nreal’ TM

Epic Games has hit China-based augmented reality creator, Nreal with a lawsuit accusing it of infringing trademarks for branded software used to create 3D and immersive digital content.

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