252 people “arrested” for production or distribution of PUBG hacks
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Cheaters are created one of the biggest challenges the PUBG Corp faced in 2018 as many players and streamers migrated to other Battle Royals because of them. The game developers recently made an update on the Steam blog to share what they have been doing to fight against cheating.
The article outlines the various areas used to tackle the problems of cheating and shares some interesting insights. If you are interested in technical details, go ahead and read it fully, but here are the most interesting takeaways:
252 people were “arrested” for development, promotion and selling cheats. Over 100 people are actively monitoring places where hacks are usually sold. There is a machine learning algorithm that helps PUBG Corp detect cheaters.
PUBG Corp is actively working with law enforcement agencies around the world to find and apprehend people who work in the business of cheating.
To prevent the spread of hack programs, we are working with law enforcement authorities and overseas offices to take strong legal actions both at home and abroad.
Keep in mind, that most of the 252 arrested people might have been involved in the production and distribution of illegal software that targeted other games, besides PUBG.