In accordance with PWInsider, WWE Corridor of Famer Booker T’s lawsuit towards Activision will formally get underway on April 19.
The trial will see Booker T taking up Activision Publishing, Inc., Activision Blizzard, Inc., and Main League Gaming Corp in courtroom after the previous World Heavyweight Champion filed a lawsuit in February 2019 claiming that Name of Obligation: Black Ops 4 character David ‘Prophet’ Williams’ look is basically based mostly on a comic book ebook iteration of his G.I. Bro persona. The previous WCW star famously used this gimmick while performing within the wrestling firm.
The star states that he owns the rights to the aforementioned character and he’s accusing Activision of copyright infringement because of by no means truly being contacted concerning the character getting used within the online game.
Elsewhere, one other trial date has been set for tattooist Catherine Alexander’s lawsuit towards WWE and 2K Video games. This trial, now set to go down on September 20, was dropped at life after Alexander accused WWE and 2K Video games of copyright infringement after utilizing her authentic designs, seen in quite a few Randy Orton’s tattoos, regardless of by no means giving the businesses permission to make use of them in WWE video video games.
After being first filed in 2018, the case has been pushed again on quite a few events.