Epic Games Hits Nreal With TM Suit Over Unreal Platform

By Melissa Angell (May 17, 2021, 7:32 PM EDT) -- Epic Games has filed a trademark infringement suit against smart glasses creator Nreal in North Carolina federal court, accusing the Chinese startup of infringing its Unreal Engine trademark, a creation platform known for its three-dimensional immersive simulations.

Epic Games alleged on Friday that the Beijing-based Shenzhen Tairuo Technology Co., which does business as Nreal, is trading off Epic's rights with its mixed reality glasses and game development while also stirring confusion in the marketplace.

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