Sony files for “Let’s Play” trademark

By February 27, 2016 No Comments

Sony’s trademark filing for ‘Let’s Play’ was first discovered by a user on video gaming discussion forum NeoGAF, who thought it must have been a misprint. In its application submitted towards the end of October last year, the company’s America division described it as “electronic transmission and streaming of video games via global and local computer networks; streaming of audio, visual, and audio-visual material via global and local computer networks”.

That is what exactly most YouTubers are doing with their videos, and it does seems strange that Sony would want to grab the rights on something created and used freely by the video gaming community at large.

Read more about it at Gadgets360.

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