A Sexy Overwatch Playboy Magazine Has Been Taken Down By Blizzard

Today Overwatch has been undeniably been one of the most famous games, it has even won the 2016 game of the year award, it has been very popular in the gaming industry, but at the same time also started to be popular in different fields. such as short animated clip etc, fan arts and some adult fan arts

These X-rated exhibits have caused quite a problem for Blizzard who their existence, because of its success more and more company is joining the hype of the game, last year brazzer made an parody for overwatch called “Oversnatch” and made it to the pornhub’s list on the top searched words on their site.

Unfortunately this time targeting the fan-created Playboy-style Overwatch magazine “Playwatch” now only has one page available, a message from the creators saying

“Dear Playwatch Fans,
We have received a notification from a digital copyright protection agency that claims Playwatch Magazine infringes Blizzard’s intellectual property rights. For that reason, we have contacted  Blizzard directly and decided to close the website until we have an answer from them.
We have spent our time and resources to make Playwatch a big project, and this has clearly paid off. Your help and enthusiasm made it all worth it
We started several months ago with the goal of bringing Overwatch fans a new way of enjoying the game and creating a place where artists and writers could share their work with the rest of the  community The entire Playwatch Team is extremely grateful for your support. It has been a privilege getting to know you all, and we will keep you updated with any news we have”

Playwatch didn’t contain some hard nudity, only soft porn teasing the viewers, in fact, some of their images are cropped or altered to remove nudity where it otherwise would be, Playwatch may have crossed the line was by setting up a Patreon to accept monthly donations. This monetization using Blizzard’s copyrighted imagery was, going to be a target, the Patreon has also been shut down and, according to Google cache, was only at $63 total per month at the time of shutting down.

Well at least there are still some artworks for us to enjoy

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