Chinese police arrest 15 suspects and fines them £3.45 mill for making and selling in game cheats / hacks / bot programmes. This was on the back of 120 people arrested earlier in the year.
Looks at CCP and wonders if they have the balls and drive to try and sort out something similar with the Chinese authorities
Worth noting for those that are thinking of using them “In some cases, said Mr Rigney, the cheat programs also contained malicious code that scanned users’ PCs looking for login names, passwords and other confidential data.”
Also, worth noting “More people linked to the gang are still being investigated, he said, adding that PUBG had recently updated its game to help spot when cheating software was being used. The ultimate goal is to create an environment for players that’s completely safe from hackers and cheaters,” he wrote. <<<< nice when a developer actually cares about its player base and does something decisive to sort out the problem, as opposed to just talking the talk