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Take-Two going after more Grand Theft Auto V beta scammers, additional complaints filed

In February, Take-Two Interactive won a dispute over the domain getgtavbeta.com, which was followed by a win over betagtav.com, a phony website that claimed to have beta keys to the game. Now, Take-Two has a total of four open cases over Grand Theft Auto V related domains. This week, complaints were filed with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) over gta5betacode.com and grandtheftauto5beta.com. While grandtheftauto5beta.com does not resolve to a web page at the moment, gta5betacode.com is a full-fledged website, complete with a Facebook page that has over 1,000 likes and a YouTube account.

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unchartedxplorer1292d ago (Edited 1292d ago )

Christ how stupid could people be. Grand Theft Auto is only playable by the general public when it's released on the launch date. No demos. No betas. It's always been this way (as far as I know).