Interesting Change to Daybreak Wiki

Discussion in 'General Gameplay Discussion' started by michael baker, Jun 5, 2021.

  1. michael baker Active Member

    "As of May 2021. Claims have been made against DBG by persons claiming co-ownership, and co-founding status of DAYBREAK LLC. Partners notified the Securities and Exchange Commission, as well as the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Standby."

    no giggling allowed :)
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  2. Amalar The combined salt of all of SOE's fallen MMO's

    Lmao no source on the wiki for that statement, so I would take it with a grain of salt until some more details come out. Honestly it shouldn't even be allowed to be there with "standby", what kind of a joke do you make wikipedia to be with edits like that?

    Ahem...

    Anyways, let me take you on my tinfoil hat adventure since everything with Renova / Columbus Nova / Ji Ham happened....

    Renova group very clearly owned Columbus Nova at some point, this was scrubbed when posts started appearing about it.

    Link to archive:
    http://archive.is/yQxFO

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    But who owns Renova group?

    Link to Wikipedia:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viktor_Vekselberg

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    Where this gets interesting, and makes it obvious why they wanted to try and scrub things about the companies being related:

    Link to article:
    https://kotaku.com/one-video-game-company-has-murky-ties-to-trump-s-lawyer-1825896842

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    So Ji Ham, the current CEO of Daybreak, was an executive at Columbus Nova for 10 years

    I would link to his profile directly, but I have disabled my LinkedIn, I saw it in the past...

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    Now... you may say "But Amalar, *YEARS LATER, DUE TO MOUNTING LEGAL PRESSURE AND SANCTIONS* Jason Epistein said SOE/Daybreak was *ACTUALLY* sold to Inception Accusations and not Columbus Nova!

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    All I have to say to that is... You change your story, scrub your previous (years ago) press releases, instate a previous exec of Columbus Nova as CEO, and you want to tell us you are not / were not connected? LOL

    More proof that YES, Daybreak WAS part of Columbus Nova:

    Original press release from 2018, look at Epstein and Smedly's *very specifically worded* quotes
    https://web.archive.org/web/2018042...umbus-nova-acquires-sony-online-entertainment

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    I mean.... I am not saying there is anything actively nefarious going on, but I do think this is funny, and I am kinda happy I can finally link each of the connections...
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  3. michael baker Active Member

    But But it was on a open edit internet page, it has to be right :)

    I do find the progress from SOE to its current owners interesting though
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  4. Tkia Well-Known Member

    There were 3 edits from that same unknown source at the same time. I'm guessing the 2015 section amendment was the delusional 'Note:'. The third one was some misinformation about the Forgelight engine which someone has already corrected.

    Isn't Wiki update history a wonderful thing? :cool:

    And yes, the real history bit was very interesting.
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  5. Amalar The combined salt of all of SOE's fallen MMO's

    So the snippet quoted by OP has been removed from Wikipedia with the following message:

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    EDIT: Small text reads: Undo multiple vandalism

    No heroic savour who claims to be the true owner of Daybreak :rolleyes:
  6. Estal Well-Known Member


    Highly likely the Wiki Edit came from this weirdo on the Steam forum:
    https://steamcommunity.com/app/201230/discussions/0/3094515496016087869/
  7. Tkia Well-Known Member

  8. Benito Ancient EQ2 Player: Lavastorm Server 2004.

    Certain websites tend to draw conspiracy theorists.
  9. Almee Well-Known Member

    I've been following these interesting events since Sony sold EQ2 and have wanted to write my thoughts on them but decided it wasn't worth getting banned over lol. Now back to washing my laundry...

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