Ryan Morrison, an attorney who has offered his services for free to video game developers over the last two years, has now made himself available to creators looking to combat the licence.
Ryan is offering his services as an attorney to creators looking to fight the licence.
Speaking in his recent video, Ryan explained that the Fine Bros’ application process for their trademark has been successful but they now have to pass the public opposition period. Ryan said: “It’s now up to the public to say if they have a problem with it.”
Since the initial announcement, The Fine Bros YouTube channel has lost a massive wave of subscribers. Over the last 24 hours, the channel has lost around 50,000 subscribers, according to VidStatsX.
[pullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]”We’re creators at heart and those that know us personally know how passionate we are about trying helping creators, and React World is meant to be an extension of that.”[/pullquote]
Tube Chum has approached FBE for comment, but is yet to receive a response. Interestingly, the Fine Bros have since uploaded a new video on their channel titled ‘Update’, which addresses some of the community’s concerns.
The Fine Bros’ update video
In the clip, the pair explain: “We’re creators at heart and those that know us personally know how passionate we are about trying helping creators, and React World is meant to be an extension of that.”
Those who still have concerns can contact The Fine Bros directly by emailing [email protected].
Whats’ your reaction to the Fine bros’ announcement? Let us know by tweeting us at @TubeChum.
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