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Posted on Wednesday, October 5 @ 07:54:55 Eastern by



Mega publisher Electronic Arts, otherwise known as EA, is suing Florida-based fitness supply company, Energy Armor, also otherwise known as EA, for having a logo too similar to their own. EA is seeking for all materials featuring the logo to be destroyed and for Energy Armor to pay EA all profits generated while using the logo -- which is likely all of their profits, ever.

Normally, we laugh at the ridiculousness of any lawsuits publishers file, but we have to agree with EA on this one. The logo looks far too similar. Especially with EA being a company with a large portfolio of sports and fitness-related products.

Having never heard of Energy Armor before, I decided to Google them. But before I could finish typing, Google offered up the below auto-completions. 



Methinks that any operating company that comes up with the word "scam" in Google search before you can finish typing their name... should burn in hell. Sue away, EA. Sue away.

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