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Submitted by zaminoda 670d ago | news

China: Unlicensed League of Legends Restaurant,'Demacia'

China is a little loose in the regulation of copyright and trademark. Therefore, with a surging economic, more and more pseudo-brands are sprouting out, such as an entire Warcraft and Starcraft amusement park, "Decos" growing among the whole country or a "Soni" laptop. Putting the copyright issues aside, recently an unlicensed League of Legends Restaurant is open in Chongqing, China, which looks like a big copy joke to League of Legends. (Culture, League of Legends)

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