French game publisher Ubisoft is suing Apple and Google in their home country, reports Bloomberg Saturday. The two companies sell a copy of the shooting game through their app stores, according to Ubisoft Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.
In the indictment, Ubisoft writes that the game Area F2 an “almost identical copy” of Rainbow Six Siege is. Area F2 is published by Ejoy.com, part of the Chinese internet giant Alibaba.
“Virtually every aspect of it AF2 is copied from R6SUbisoft writes about the similarity between the two games. “From the selection screen to the final score screen, and everything in between.” The French company mentions Rainbow Six Siege one of its main brands with its three million daily players.
Ubisoft says Apple and Google have notified that Area F2 infringes on his intellectual property, but the companies refuse to take the game from the App Store and Play Store. The two tech giants are opposite Bloomberg not yet responded.