The widely recognized publisher known for their controversial games is suing the transit authority "for violating its free speech and contractual rights,"
saying that advertising posters were pulled down within days of the ads first appearing on April 22 by the authorities." It was done "without explanation."
Both Chicago Transit Authority and its sales agent Titan Outdoor LLC are being accused of violating a poster-focused ad campaign agreement for the sequel which in cash terms was worth $300,000.
Take-Two's suit that it's filed is seeking damages of a minimum of $300,000 and for the ad campaign to be reinstated.