An IP battle between two video game makers is growing more hostile as U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White of the Northern District of California mulls a motion to dismiss the case.

NetEase, the maker of “Rules of Survival,” asked White to postpone ruling Tuesday while it prepares a Rule 11 motion for sanctions against PUBG Corp, maker of “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.”

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