Despite breaking records for sales in its first week, Grand Theft Auto IV publisher Take-Two has announced that it is suing the Chicago Transit Authority over its decision to pull Grand Theft Auto IV advertising last month.
As reported by Fox News back in April, the CTA pulled the ads following a violent shooting in the city. However, Take-Two is taking action as it believes the firm has breached a $300,000 advertising agreement in doing so.
Take-Two is suing for damages of $300,000 and is reportedly seeking a court order to force the CTA to re-run the ads.
News Source: Jolt