Bungie is in love with a YouTuber for $7.7 million


After he claimed that he had impersonated the company to set up a squearing DMCA strike against other YouTubers, the company infiltrated a Destiny YouTuber.

The story started in December 2021, when Destiny’s official takedown notice was sent. Nick Minor took leave to ignore the notice and made the video unavailable online until YouTube removed it in January 2022.

Bungie claims that Minor set up a number of fake Gmail accounts and tried to claim they were the manufacturer of Bungie brand protection. He sent several fake takedown notices to the studio and targeted friends on the Destiny channel.

The suit claims that Nick Minors made a false record of infringing upon the most prominent and passionate fans of the fanbase. He also retaliated for his unconcerned, deafensive behavior towards Bungies. Minor used the disgraced evidence to deprive himself of his own actions and wrote to YouTube challenging Bungies to identify his videos. This is the case

Bungie is now seeking $50 million in injunctive relief to cover unrelated works implicated in the fraudulent notice. This figure is up from $7,650,000 Studio seeks damages to show that evidence was presented at trial for the defamation committed by minors and the violation of Washington Consumer Protection Act.


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