Sekiro License Agreement

All ownership, intellectual property and intellectual property rights in the Product (including, but not limited to, titles, trademarks, service marks and trade names, computer code, themes, objects, characters, character names, stories, dialogues, slogans, locations, concepts, works of art, animations, sounds, musical compositions, audiovisual effects, methods of exploitation, moral rights and related documentation) are owned by Activision and/or the Activision licensors. The product is authorized for your use, not sold. Your license does not confer any title or ownership to this product and should not be construed as a sale of rights to the product. One. For Residents of the United States, Mexico, or Canada, you have a contract with Activision Publishing, Inc., 3100 Ocean Park Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA 90405-3032, and all claims arising out of this Agreement (including interpretation, claims for infringement, and any other claims (including consumer protection, unfair competition, and tort claims) are subject to the laws of the State of Delaware without reference to conflict of laws rules. Where a court or arbitrator finds that the above paragraph “Class Action Waiver” is invalid or unenforceable for any reason or that arbitration proceedings may be conducted on a class basis, all claims arising out of this Agreement (including interpretation, claims for infringement and all other claims (including consumer protection, unfair competition and infringements) are covered by the laws of the State. in which you were a citizen at the time of purchase of the product subject to this agreement. In addition, you and we irrevocably agree with the exclusive jurisdiction and jurisdiction of the state or federal courts in Los Angeles County, California to settle all claims that are subject to waivers of the arbitration agreement described above under BINDING ARBITRATION AND CLASS ACTION WAIVER, or that have otherwise been classified as non-arbitral. It`s unclear why the games are gone now, a week after the official launch of GeForce Now, especially since several Activision Blizzard titles were playable during the service`s beta. Your departure from GeForce Now could have something to do with Activision Blizzard`s exclusive streaming deal signed last month with Google, where the publisher`s eSports competitions are streamed exclusively on YouTube and its games rely on Google Cloud as the “preferred provider” for their network infrastructure.

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