Utah based company cashes in with Wiimbledon

By Spencer . March 12, 2008 . 7:46pm


Wii Tennis tournaments can draw a crowd. We’ve seen it work with the Wiimbledon, but wait that word just got trademarked! Mangia Technologies snapped it up for “G & S [Goods & Services]: Entertainment in the nature of Nintendo Wii Tennis tournaments; Providing facilities for Nintendo Wii Tennis tournaments.”


I wasn’t sure who Mangia Technologies was so I started investigating. I’m still not 100% percent sure, but it appears they Mangia Technologies creates text message ordering equipment for restaurants. I suppose selling equipment for Wiimbledon to restaurants is up their alley since their network is rooted in the food service industry.


However, Mangia Technologies might be creating a Wiimbledon hang out since the trademark allows them to provide facilities for Wii Tennis events. Perhaps, BYU will have Wiimbledon courts in the future.

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    Gil Mayron
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  • uh: wiimbledon.net?

  • Ummmmm…the Wiimbledon.net guys have prior use by almost a year, and their event was widely covered in the media. This one’ll be challenged without a doubt. Tards.

  • Mike

    Copyright law and trademark law is pretty rigid, but if it was cleared by the Board of Commerce and title registration, it’s good. And, a lot of the times, these things are regional.

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