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OpTic Gaming’s Lawsuit Puts Call of Duty League’s Streaming Rights Deal in Controversy

OpTic Gaming’s legal action against Activision has caught the attention of the gaming community, particularly regarding the streaming rights deal in the Call of Duty League. The lawsuit claims that the deal included a discounted price for utilizing Google Cloud services.

OpTic Gaming President and CoD Legend Sue Activision

OpTic Gaming President, Hector “H3CZ” Rodriguez, and renowned Call of Duty player Seth “Scump” Abner have jointly filed a lawsuit against Activision. They are seeking $680 million in damages, alleging that Activision has established an “unlawful monopoly” over the Call of Duty League.

The Details on the Streaming Rights Deal

The lawsuit has brought attention to the streaming rights deal between Activision and OpTic Gaming. It is alleged that the deal involved a discounted price for utilizing the services of Google Cloud.

The Ongoing Development of the Lawsuit

This is a developing story, and updates are expected as the lawsuit progresses. The controversy surrounding OpTic Gaming’s legal action against Activision and the implications for the Call of Duty League will continue to be closely monitored.

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