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Here’s The Scoop On The Latest ‘Candy Crush’ Trademark Saga

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Feb
2014

Remember when Candy Crush Saga maker King attempted to patent the word candy? Well, the gamemaker is at it again, only this time the company is allegedly seeking to remove the trademark of a game eerily similar to Candy Crush Saga — a game that was trademarked two years before Kings game was ever around. In February 2013, King filed to trademark the word candy as a way of protecting the companys intellectual property (IP) and preventing other developers from earning revenue from knockoff games.

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