Video game hackers in China are facing a crackdown as fifteen PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds cheat makers were arrested. The fifteen suspects were arrested for development and sales of hack programs. They have been fined the U.S. equivalent of $5.1 million. This following the reports that 99% of banned players come from the Chinese region. Source: Dot...
Fortnite is going to be releasing in China, and you will never guess who’s behind it. That’s right, it’s Tencent. Tencent struck a deal with Epic Games to bring Fortnite to China. This is a $15 million investment into the game’s esports scene both in China and worldwide. Source: PC Gamer Image: Pixabay
A fascinating report from the anti-cheat software BattlEye revealed where the bulk of PlayerUnknown Battleground’s cheating problem is coming from. It turns out that China is the main culprit. While the country holds 46% of the PUBG playerbase, they also account for a staggering 99% of all banned cheating accounts. As a reminder, competitive PUBG...
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