October 1, the People's Court of Kaifu District in Changsha, Hunan province, issued a pre-litigation action preservation injunction, ordering two Network technology companies in Hubei province to immediately stop their rental apps providing game account rental services. Ordered a network technology company in Changsha to immediately stop the publicity, promotion and account distribution of the rental App of the two companies in Hubei.
It is reported,This is the first injunction issued by the national court system against the game rental platform of Honor of Kings.
The Kaifu District People's Court of Changsha city, Hunan Province held that Tencent Technology (Chengdu) Co., Ltd. and Shenzhen Tencent Computer System Co., Ltd. as the applicants, said that the respondent violated national laws and policies by illegally renting game accounts.Leading to public exploitation of the applicant. King of Glory & RDquo; Social evaluation of the game decreased, damageThe business reputation of the applicant increases the operating cost of the applicant's game.
Therefore, the court is applied for prelitigation preservation, requesting the ruling of the third respondent to stop immediately. King of Glory & RDquo; Game account rental platform services.
According to a previous report by CCTV News, the investigation found that online games can be played without restrictions by renting or buying accounts.
In the King of Glory rental section of a store,I spent 33 yuan to rent an account for two hours and entered the game interface as prompted by the shop owner. No real-name authentication system was triggered during the whole process.
Renting and buying game accounts through online platforms has formed a very mature grey industry chain.
Tencent has sued or sent letters to more than 20 account trading platforms and several e-commerce platforms, demanding the suspension of relevant services.