UFC Undisputed 3 tattoo provokes lawsuit

By Brenna Hillier, Monday, 19 November 2012 02:51 GMT

A tattoo artist has filed suit against THQ over the appearance of his work in UFC Undisputed 3. Elite Tattoo owner Chris Escobedo claims artist’s rights over Carlos Condit’s lion tattoo, which was recreated in-game without license. Polygon notes the case is not unique, as the appearance of tattoo artwork in unlicensed media has been siccessfully challenged in the past.

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