Activision is shutting down a website devoted to offering stats on Call of Duty: Warzone‘s matchmaking. The co-creators of the location have been ordered to take it down by Monday.

The homeowners of SBMM Warzone revealed the information on Friday (ta, Eurogamer), tweeting a plea to open some kind of dialogue with the developer of the multiplayer recreation. “Activision’s lawyers reached out and asked us to shut down SBMM Warzone,” The tweet reads. “According to its ToS, we can’t use its API. We’ve tried to reach [Activision] multiple times to become partners, now is our last shot.”

Essentially, the location collects knowledge from Call of Duty’s API. Users enroll utilizing their public profiles, after which all available stats are gathered for gamers to get a readout of the talent ranges at present taking part in throughout Warzone’s lobbies. The battle royale game doesn’t but an official system for this, main gamers to make use of sources like SBMM Warzone as a substitute. Eurogamer verified the letter despatched by Activision, which states that the location infringes Activision’s copyright, violates the phrases of use on Activision’s API, breaches the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and leaves its creators beholden to fines beneath GDPR.

The co-creators have till Monday, March 29, to adjust to orders to take every little thing down. Currently, a message stating as a lot is on the homepage. A consultant for the location, Ben, instructed Eurogamer he believes a middle-ground is feasible.

“Our main goal is to become partners, and we still believe we can reach an agreement with Activision,” He mentioned. “We don’t want to fight them, we are friendlies.”

We’ve reached out to Activision for remark, and can replace if we hear something again.