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InPornhub exceeded million daily hits. As the mammoth website put it in its own Year in Review for"that's as if the combined populations of Canada, Poland, and Australia all visited Pornhub every day. Every minute, the site had nearly 58, searches. Some of the most-popular searches last year included Epic Games' pop culture juggernaut Fortnite, Blizzard's hero shooter Overwatch, and the fan-created character Bowsette —who was searched for 34, times, more times than any other video game character by a very large margin.

If you total up all of the most popular searches for video game characters on Pornhub last year, pornographic content featuring characters such as Princess Peach, Pikachu, and D. Va from Overwatch, among 25 others the site provided data for in its year in review, were searched for a total of 76, times.

In porn, video games are big business. And the industry is wasting no time capitalizing on that fact. The internet's top adult tube sites, such as Pornhub, Redtube, and XVideos, are now littered with for pornographic games where players take control of the action, interacting with characters and engaging in explicit sexual situations.

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These often feature popular video game characters to sell their products, such as Ciri, Triss, and Yennefer from The Witcher seriesElizabeth from Bioshock Infinite, and the protagonists from the first Life Is Strange, Max and Chloe, all engaging in sexual activity of varying extremity in animated GIFs.

It's not entirely surprising, given how big video games are in terms of searches on porn sites, that popular characters would be used to sell a pornographic product targeted toward video game players. But it does raise some immediate questions: are video game publishers selling the rights to these companies for these ?

If not, is Square Enix aware 2B from Nier: Automata is featured performing fellatio in an ad on the web's top porn sites? This stuff is all blatant copyright infringement, right? The answers to these questions are: no, maybe, and yes.

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Tube sites, third party advertising companies, and adult game developers are using d video game characters in to the tune of a lot of ad revenue, without getting the rights to said characters. Which, of course, is copyright infringement.

To make sense of it all, I spoke to Michael Lee, a lawyer and founding partner for Lee Law PLLCa firm focusing on "brand protection, intellectual property, and video games law. So we have absolute copyright infringement. There are no arguments. One of the most troubling things about these is how many feature characters from games or movies targeted toward children, such as the PG-rated film The Incredibles which was searched for more than 7, times on Pornhub inand the Teen-rated games Fortnite and Overwatch—the former being Pornhub's top trending search last year.

It's naive to think that every person going to a porn site is of age. Children are seeing these just as often as adults are. The biggest difference being that children are far less discerning when clicking and buying something that might be deceptive or malicious— especially in the video game world.

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That, according to Lee, tarnishes the goodwill of a brand. And that's actionable. Any argument that you have that damage is being done and children are being hurt is always very persuasive in a court of law, because [while] adults can make their own choices, children can't. So if you're doing something that harms children, there really is no way to protect them. So the people that do that should be punished more than the people who are taking advantage of adults. While Pornhub obviously isn't going to have statistics on what children are looking at on its site, it might be possible to infer some information by looking at the most popular searches from its youngest age bracket.

According to Pornhub, Fortnite, cartoon, anime, and hentai were amidst the top searches among people between the ages of 18 and Just how often is a user seeing these ? Well, it depends on a few different variables. But I did some math to try and figure it out, going to three of the top tube sites in the world—Pornhub, XVideos, and xHamster—and counting just how often these pop up based on 50 refreshes of certain s and searches. Since my search history would have a lot of video game-related searches that might affectI used incognito tabs in an effort to avoid any and all targeted.

Here's how it breaks down:. So, trying to eliminate as many caveats as possible, a little over a third of a person might see when visiting a porn site's front are video gameand one-sixth of those have noticeable d characters in them. One thing I noticed while refreshing xHamster's was a lot of the seemed to be similar to the content of the video itself. So, staying under the incognito parameters, I decided to do a similar test across all three sites, but on the for a video game porn video.

The result was an even larger increase of video gameincluding an official Pornhub banner ad advertising a free week of Pornhub premium for "Apex players," assumably meaning Apex Legends players, though no characters from the game were used in the ad and clicking it took me to a -up with no further mention of the game.

Suffice to say, tube sites are targeting people looking for video game porn with video game featuring known and popular characters. It's a lot of s, but it highlights just how often these kinds of advertisements are reaching people. People who, Lee thinks, might not always know the difference between something officially sanctioned by a video game developer or publisher and video games porn hub that's blatant video games porn hub infringement.

None of this even touches on what you video games porn hub see if you click one of these. In going to the adult game's actual website, you find numerous other d characters doing all manner of confusing things. A scene of Tinker Bell from Disney's classic children's film Peter Pan sticks out as particularly troubling. And the reason why it's being done is obviously these are the most popular ones," Lee tells me.

Let me go ahead and buy this product because I'm such a fan of what they do. Laurie Betito, director of the Pornhub Sexual Wellness Center—a safe-for-work site Pornhub launched in to promote sexual safety and education—spoke to the popularity of video game characters in porn in Pornhub's Year in Reviewsaying, "searches like these serve as an indication that people use [Pornhub] to not only satisfy sexual urges but also to get a different angle on something they are already interested in.

To see a famous character or hot topic in a sexual context. Pornhub outright acknowledges the popularity of video game characters in porn. Tube sites purposefully run confusing users into thinking they're buying something pornographic featuring their favorite video game characters. And yet, the sites' hands may be clean of this whole mess, but only to a point. Pornhub, and many sites like it, employ services to fill their ad spaces for them. TrafficJunky is responsible for all the not only on Pornhub, but also other tube sites like Redtube, YouPorn, and Tube8.

The service sells ad space using what it calls "cost-per-mile" advertising, which allows clients to set a campaign budget and price they'd like to pay, as well as choosing a target audience. From there TrafficJunky populates a site with its client's based on all the aforementioned parameters. According to the company's media kitit gets 1. Have an adult video game company with a fresh new ad featuring the game industry's hottest new character? Want it seen by millions on some of the internet's largest sites? TrafficJunky, or an equivalent service, is the way to go.

Even if your "game" is a complete scam, as some interested visitors have found out, asking for credit card s, despite claiming to be a "free" game. Because of these third-party services, tube sites aren't directly liable for the running on their front s. But, according to Lee, that's not to say they don't have a say over what appears on their frontespecially if a copyright owner objects to its intellectual property sharing a home with hardcore pornography.

The use of copyrighted material for something like porn isn't technically illegal; you can't go to jail for it, Lee explains.

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The creators of thesehowever, could be sued for infringement to the tune of some pretty large amounts of money, depending on what kind of damages an intellectual property owner claims the caused. But before any of that can happen, by law, the offending party must be given the chance to right its wrongs with no financial or legal ramifications after being sent either a cease and desist letter or a DMCA takedown. They act and they tell their third party to [ And they'll stop," Lee says. They are the ones creating thethey're the ones posting theand they're the ones that know exactly what they're doing.

They're the ones who could be held directly liable for copyright infringement.

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Much like if you go to eBay and eBay is selling some product that they shouldn't be but they don't know about it, you're required to put them on notice of it. And if they don't take action, that's when they can be held liable. When reached for comment, Pornhub deferred to TrafficJunky. After Pornhub requested a list of questions, it answered nothing I sent over, rather its vice president Corey Price simply said, "Anyone that notices potential issues or has concerns with video games porn hub see on the site should contact TrafficJunky at support trafficjunky.

Which, of course, I did, but didn't hear back. When I contacted them again about a specific person we could reach out to at TrafficJunky, Pornhub didn't reply. Nor did it respond when followed up with about whether or not it would like to address the questions we sent over. Pornhub's parent company MindGeek said it would have TrafficJunky reach out to me directly, but I never heard from the site. According to Lee, it's safe to assume these types of notices are being sent out quite a bit—he brings up a few non-specific examples of having to do it himself in the past.

Once that notice has been sent, if the offending image is taken down, no lawsuit is necessary. This is ostensibly why we haven't seen anything about lawsuits in the news regarding this kind of copyright infringement, in regards to porn sites'.

Increators of Overwatch porn did report receiving DMCA notices from developer-publisher Blizzard, pointing to a precedent for publishers taking action against this type of material. In fact, while reporting on this story, the brand manager for Life Is Strange at publisher Square Enix's external studios told us they'd contacted Square's legal team to issue a takedown after being requested for comment about the use of protagonists Max and Chloe in an ad on Pornhub.

Though, they say, they didn't think anyone from either Square or developer Dontnod Entertainment knew about the ad. They declined to provide an official comment on the ad and whether or not it negatively affected the Life Is Strange brand. Other developers and publishers, such as CD Projekt Red, also declined to comment on the use of their characters in these. Others didn't respond to our comment request in time for publishing, as was the case with Activision Blizzard.

One of the only replies I was able to get was from an adult animator going by the username FUGTRUP, who's seen a lot of their work stolen for these. The GIFs featured on tube sites promoting adult video games, more often than not, are taken from independent creators like FUGTRUP, who make pornographic images and animations of video games porn hub video game characters.

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