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2-13-2012 @ 5:26PM
Opposing a trademark =/= Claiming it yourself.I am sick of people saying that Blizzard are trying to claiming it themself THEY ARE NOT. They also aren't trying to get dota 2 renamed or delayed like that. They are trying to keep the name open, and i think they got a good case.Fact is the EULA of the WC3 editor states that Blizzard own all rights related to the mods. So them claiming that Valve alone can't have the right to the name is a fair move. A EULA is not legally binding in court(It can't be there is minors involved) but it would still help blizzards case.
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