Sports car garage and $ 76 million in revenue: Chinese police hit a major cheat maker

Major gaming companies continue their battle against cheaters, and Tencent recently shut down the largest seller.

What is known

The company carried out the operation with the Chinese police. The mission was proudly nicknamed "Chicken Leg", and as a result, law enforcement officers arrested 10 members of the organization for the sale and development of "cheats".

Hackers made money on the sale of "cheating" programsabout $ 76 million, selling them by subscription, prices for which ranged from $ 10 to $ 200. During the operation, the police confiscated $ 46 million worth of assets, including expensive sports cars.

According to police, it is the largest "cheating" organization in terms of revenue and games involved.

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The garage of those very cheaters.

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