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Bethesda defends legal threat against a man who tried to sell a “new”, sealed copy of The Evil Within 2 on Amazon Marketplace
Overnight Polygon posted a report about Bethesda threatening an individual with legal action for selling a sealed copy of The Evil Within 2 on Amazon Marketplace.
The legal firm acting on Bethesda’s behalf – a company called Vorys – took issue with an individual’s labelling of The Evil Within 2 as “new”, insisting the individual, a man called Ryan Hupp, was not an authorised reseller and therefore his selling a “new” copy was unlawful.
It seemed like an overreaction by Bethesda, so I asked Pete Hines, senior vice president of marketing and communications, about the issue at QuakeCon 2018 today.
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