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Florida’s Coral Castle Museum Suing Epic Games

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Florida’s Coral Castle Museum is filing a lawsuit against Epic Games over their location of the same name that has been added to Fortnite as part of Aquaman’s version of Atlantis this season, according to Polygon.

Coral Castle, which is located on the South Dixie Highway in Miami, is also known as Florida’s Stonehenge and is currently closed, according to Google.

Fortnite recently introduced a virtual Coral Castle during the new season in Fortnite, but Coral Castle, Inc. trademarked the name and they claim that Epic’s location is similar in other ways such as “nautical/beach motifs, castle structures, partial castle walls, and stone objects” adding that both the real Coral Castle and virtual Coral Castle “evoke the feeling of a centuries old mysterious place.”

Coral Castle lawyers cite the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Law, and are looking to be rewarded monetary damages associated with the confusion, and for unauthorized use of their trademark.

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