Bungie & Ubisoft Sue Over Cheats

Bungie and Ubisoft have filed a lawsuit against five individuals alleged to be connected to Ring-1, creator and distributor of cheat software (thanks TorrentFreak via Kotaku). The Ring-1 Website sells cheats for games like Destiny 2, PUBG, and Rainbow Six Siege, and citing copyright and trademark infringement (among other things), the lawsuit seeks financial damages (among other things). The "prayer for relief" (legalese can be so entertaining) includes demands that the Ring-1 operation be shut down, the award of $300,000 in infringement damages, as well as statutory damages, compensatory damages, attorney's fees, exemplary and punitive damages, restitution, and "other and further relief as this Court may deem just and appropriate." Here's the preliminary part of the suit's preliminary statement:
Bungie and Ubisoft are the owners, or owners of certain exclusive rights, and publishers of two of the most popular online multiplayer video games currently on the market: “Destiny 2” and “Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege” (“R6S”) (collectively, the “Games”). Plaintiffs bring this lawsuit in order to put an immediate stop to the unlawful, for-profit sale and distribution of malicious software products designed to enable members of the public to gain unfair competitive advantages (i.e., to cheat) in the Games. Such products impair and destroy not only the game experience, but also Plaintiffs’ overall businesses and their reputation among their respective player communities