According to a report by The Mako Reactor, a Delhi resident by the name of Hitesh Awani had registered the trademark for the PS5 name back in October 2019, based on public records. This would have effectively prevented Sony from using the name, which would be problematic if they wanted to launch the console in India.
However, it appears that Sony is already working on sorting it where the trademark application was marked as “Opposed,” suggesting that Sony may have made a request to get the name back. We’re not sure if this can be completed in time, but until then it looks like the launch of the PS5 in India may be delayed.
It’s actually a bit surprising that Sony didn’t realize this sooner or didn’t register the name as a trademark in advance. After all, a trademark application for the PS brand was discovered as early as 2019, which extends to the PS10. In either case, we will have to wait and see how this is resolved.
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