Capcom, Inc. filed for a U.S. federal trademark application on Monday, September 13, 2010 to protect “DMC”. The trademark was filed under the category of 09 Electrical and Scientific Apparatus.
The trademark description reads: “Computer game software; Computer games in the form of cartridges, cassettes, discs or tapes; Video game cartridges; Video game machines for use with television receivers; Downloadable game software; Downloadable computer games; Downloadable game program for playing on mobile phones; Downloadable game software for playing on mobile phones; Screen saver software and wallpaper software; Downloadable screen saver software and wallpaper software for mobile phones; Downloadable graphics and music via a global computer network; Downloadable graphics, music and ring tones for mobile phones”.
In other game-related trademark news…
On August 12, 2010, ZeniMax Media, Inc. filed to protect “OBLIVION” under the category of Education and Entertainment. The goods & services provided describes “Motion picture film production; entertainment services, namely, providing motion picture theatrical films in the field of fantasy games”.