PUBG's Crackdown On Cheat Software Creators Leads To 141 Arrest In China

News // Playerunkown's Battlegrounds // By pets_torrefranca // 11 July 2018

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PUBG Chinese distributor Tencent Holdings Ltd. in coordination with Chinese Authorities recently made a crackdown that led to the arrest of 141 suspected hackers who allegedly authored the development of a "Cheat Software" utilized in the game. The incident supersedes the previous 120 arrests involving the same activities in January of this year as per EXP.GG who first got hold of the information. 

Image of the crackdown courtesy of EXP.gg

Knowing that PUBG Corp is now shifting their focus more on the issues plaguing their community especially in the issue of cheating is a breath of fresh air that may actually lead to greater things not only for the community but for the entire franchise. For what its worth, PUBG's recent actions including the withdrawal of their lawsuit against Epic Games could probably mean that the company is now looking into the most important element of their business which is the PUBG community. Stay tuned for more gaming news and updates. 

Source: Exp.GG