hackers to pay $ 10 million, Krafton won the lawsuit

hackers to pay $ 10 million, Krafton won the lawsuit

It is a daily occurrence that an online title is plagued by cheats or that it suffers from certain players who gain an advantage in unauthorized ways and unfortunately this was the most common in the community of PUBG Mobile, who has been a victim of these problems, so Tencent and Krafton they have worked to fight them with firm steps.

And not only did they proceed to take control of the situation, but the companies have just achieved a great victory in their strategy to eliminate the cheaters, as they won a lawsuit against a group of hackers that distributed tools that ruined the gaming experience in the Battle royale.

Pursuant to the decision in favor of Krafton, the Federal Courts of the United States and Germany they decided that Krafton and Tencent They will receive compensation for the damages caused and have ordered the group of hackers to pay a millionaire sum for selling and distributing cheats to PUBG Mobile.

This means, studies will receive $ 10 million for all the damages in which they were victims of said hacks. They claimed that this is a great victory for the video game industry and its constant fight against cheaters and hackers.

But that is not all, because the defendants must also stop all their activities, classified as illegal, and reveal their projects related to PUBG Mobile, the creation of traps and their sale.

With this, Krafton and Tencent gave the players good news, as they confirmed that all the money obtained from this conflict will be used to develop anti-cheat technology for the Battle royale.

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“Millions of gamers around the world enjoy PUBG Mobile and we will ensure a fair playing field for all. Unfortunately, the actions of the hacker groups undermine the fairness of the game. These glitches send a clear message that we will not tolerate cheating in PUBG Mobile.“Said Rick Li, producer of the game and member of Tencent games.