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Warzone SBMM website fights back after Activision tells it to “shut down”

Activision has issued a cease and desist notice for a Call of Duty Warzone (SBMM) skill-based matchmaking site.

SBMM Warzone – a website that allows players to sift through information about player data and skill-based ranking, as well as view other player statistics, such as win and death rates – has been reported to violate the Activision API terms of use , your copyright, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and GDPR guidelines.

A warning, allegedly from Activision, gives the site until Monday, March 29 to close.

“Activision’s lawyers got in touch and asked us to close sbmmwarzone.com before next Monday,” says a statement on the website. “We have tried to reach them several times to become Partners and keep this site alive. Now is our last chance. We need you!”

Activision has issued a cease and desist notice for a Call of Duty Warzone (SBMM) skills-based matchmaking site.

SBMM Warzone – a site that allows players to search through information about player data and rankings based on skills, as well as view other players’ statistics, such as win and death rates – violated the terms of use of the Activision API, their copyright, the Computer Abuse and Fraud Act and the GDPR guidelines

A warning, allegedly from Activision, gives the site until Monday, March 29, to close.

“Activision’s lawyers got in touch and asked us to close sbmmwarzone.com before next Monday,” says a statement on the website. “We have tried to reach them several times to become Partners and keep this site alive. Now is our last chance. We need you!”

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