Pokeprincxss, a TikTok user with 1.9 million followers, was forced to change its name and pay off some of its earnings after Nintendo issued the cease and desist.
As I mentioned for the first time before The player, Pokeprincxss – now known as Digitalprincxss – Nintendo recently contacted her shortly after she tried to trademark her username. She was told that her commercial efforts were violating their copyrights on a number of fronts, including her PokemonAssociated name and the merchandise she was selling, such as shirts that appeared Pokemon Personalities.
Somewhat understandable, but then, there are countless other people selling T-shirts, mugs, and prints featuring Nintendo characters. it’s not Stop and abstain, what is the difference here?
In addition to it Tik Tok continues, Digitalprincxss also works successfully Only fans The page where you post regular adult content.
“Nintendo does not want people to think that I am affiliated with them in any way, shape or form, or that I have a partnership with them,” she says, “and it is all up to me that I am an adult artist.” Explanation of the video below:
“Nintendo is a family-friendly company, so they don’t want it ever to spoil their reputation or anything, if people think I’m me and they are ours.”
“Obviously that’s really bad, but from a business point of view, I have to understand and accept it because I had sex,” she says, noting that she’s been using the name for eight years now, and that her recent efforts in marketing and branding were done because of a lack of understanding. Law, not Nintendo malice.
Talk to KotakuI want that I make it clear that I am not trying to play the victim in the situation, and I just hope that I am someone that people can learn from and not make the same mistakes that I did. “
“I still love Nintendo and will forever support them.”
“It’s great to say, … those who made my childhood wonderful, finally noticed me! All I needed was trespassing on everything related to them.”
In addition to changing the name, she also had to pay for everything she did selling any merchandise with Nintendo copyrights to it.