Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc., the parent company of video game companies like Rockstar Games, 2K, Private Division, and Social Point, has taken issue with the XFL’s Dallas Renegades logo. It is not the Renegades name per se but the use of the letter R in one of its logos.
A search of the United States Patent and Trademark Office found that Take-Two Interactive filed a dispute in August against the XFL’s parent company Alpha Opco, LLC. The dispute is over the use of the letter R in the Dallas Renegades secondary logo. That is right, the use of the letter R.
It looks like Take-Two Interactive thinks they own the letter R.
There are multiple dispute filings against anyone who has a logo that features the letter R. Disputes include companies like Reverse2k LLC, Restaurant Rockstars, LLC, and more.
Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. has over 100 trademark disputes.
Maybe they should worry less about the letter R and more about coming out with the next version of Grand Theft Auto. We have been waiting years for that.
This Trademark issue isn’t the first dispute with the XFL. In July, the Houston Astros filed a dispute over the term ‘FOR THE H’. That trademark was used at Houston Roughneck games. In April, the NFL, Tennessee Titans, and New England Patriots filed disputes over the Roughnecks Oil Rig and head logo.
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