Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege has been Copied

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A duplicate of Ubisoft's one of the best Tom Clancy's rainbow six siege game was as of late propelled on mobiles and tablets. The game is named "Area F2" and is produced by produced by Chinese giant Alibaba Group in 2017.

As per an ongoing report by Bloomberg, Ubisoft documented a complaint against Apple Inc and Google LLC for not removing the game from their platforms even after Ubisoft's continuous claim of copyright.

Rainbow six siege is among the best multiplayer games since its release in 2015. In their last financial report 2020, Ubisoft referenced 60 million enlisted clients overall. Also, in the first quarter of 2020, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege witnessed a 26% ascent in player recurring investments.

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Since its launch in 2015, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege has gained immense popularity. It has been adored by the audience and players around the globe. Also, Rainbow Six Siege turned into a proficient e-sport. It is played by professional teams and players in thousands of dollars prized tournaments.

Area F2 is known to have tons of similarities with Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege starting from the home screen to the results screen and almost everything in between as well as referenced by Ubisoft. Area F2 also claims to be the first CQB FPS (Close-Quarters Battle) on mobile.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege Copy

Ubisoft mentioned that they have told about Area F2 violating his copyrights to Google LLC and Apple Inc. At first both google and apple overlooked the issue.

According to a recent report the game has been taken down from both Apple and Google stores. However, Area F2 can still return with a few changes.