Author: Trademark Ninja

Microsoft Faststart Trademark Application – Microsoft Faststart Online Video Game Platform

Microsoft Faststart Trademark Last week (24 May, 2018) MIcrosoft filed a US Trademark Application for ‘Faststart‘ for ‘Entertainment services, namely, providing online video games‘. Is this something that the gaming community knows about? I’ve done some google searches, and while ‘Microsoft Faststart’ goes throw up some results, none of them have anything to do with comptuer games or video games, or providing them online. If you know anything, let me know. Microsoft Faststart Trademark Details: Here’s the trademark application from the USPTO...

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Samsung Dead Body Falls Trademark Filed For VR Games and Products

Samsung Dead Body Falls What are those scamps at Samsung up to? They have just filed (well, yesterday) an application with the EUIPO for a Trademark registration for ‘Dead Body Falls’. Here’s the application, check it out what it’s applied for after the jump: Dead Body Falls Trademark One of the interesting things is what this has been applied for: Class 9 – Virtual reality game software; Interactive game programs; computer game software; downloadable mobile game software; electronic game software; computer video game software; software; downloadable smart phone application (software). Class 42 – Development of Virtual Reality game software; development of...

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Harry Potter and the Cursed (Child) Trademark

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child Trademark Story Nearly 2 years ago, I spotted that Warner Brothers had applied for a trademark registration for “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” in the UK – You can check out that post here That post for picked up globally by all sorts of organisations from MTV to Cosmopolitan to Cinemablend and lots more – You can check that out here  On the back of that, a lot of further questions arose, so I answered as many as I could in a follow up post – See Here Harry Potter Trademark Search...

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