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Video games company Atari has filed a lawsuit against Pixels.com, alleging that the on-demand print shop has been infringing its trademarks.

The complaint says that Pixels.com and its fineartmerica.com website is allowing third-party sellers to upload designs for and list infringing products, mainly T shirts but also other types of clothing, phone cases and home décor.

Along with Atari's logo and pictures of its products such as the 2600 console and controllers, the company has encountered products bearing screenshot images from iconic games like Pong and Breakout, Asteroids and Missile Command.

"Pixels' stated mission is 'to connect artists and art buyers through technology and to provide artists with the tools they need to build successful businesses both online and offline'," says Atari in court documents filed with the district court for southern New York.

"What Pixels does not mention is that its platform results in it selling and facilitating the manufacturing of substantial quantities of counterfeit and infringing goods," it goes on.

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Wow, Atari still exists.
 
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Pixels should sue Atari for using low pixels on the Atari Games.
 
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Thanks @lambo.com
You’re a Crypto genius.
i was thinking of the old game system like Sega Genesis

Real talk though, fitting for their price, no? Lol.
At least it has a “max supply” Hat tip @lambo.com
They use “AtariChain.com” Lol how original.
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