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Monday February 29, 2016

EA And Ubisoft Bury The Hatchet Over Trademark 'Ghost'

Electronics Arts has decided to give up trying to trademark the word Ghost. EA now says that it has an "agreement with Ubisoft to carry on with our respective trademarks," whatever that means.

Electronic Arts has given up on trying to trademark "Ghost" in the face of formal opposition from Ghost Recon owner Ubisoft. The pair seem to have settled their differences amicably, as an EA representative told PC Gamer today that "we now have an agreement with Ubisoft to carry on with our respective trademarks."

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