You may remember that Sony were trying to trademark the common term ‘Let’s Play’. Well, now it seems as though they were unsuccessful trademarking this term as one might expect. The US Patent and Trademark Office rejected the trademark and said that it is a far too ‘generic term’ that’s descriptive in nature. That’s because it’s a commonly used word amongst streamers and YouTubers and it’s not associated with Sony products.
As shown in the attached evidence, the term ‘Let’s Play’ used in connection with video games refers to ‘a video, or less commonly, a series of screenshots, documenting a playthrough of a video game, almost always including commentary by the gamer’ and ‘Let’s Play’ (sometimes called Learn to Play); One or more people that record themselves playing video games through screenshots or captured video (Mostly the latter).’ This phrase merely describes applicant’s services because applicant would stream Let’s Play’ videos.