Kxmode wrote on Apr 27, 2018, 19:45:
I'm more interested to hear how Bluehole Studio Inc. convinced the Chinese government to investigate and arrest its citizens.
China's version of corruption is a very business friendly corruption. Undermining China's economic interests means you get the hammer dropped on you.
China wants game developers investing in the market. If PUBG gets destroyed by cheats it signals other developers that the Chinese market is bad for your game.
If Tencent (PUBG's partner in China) asks for something, they get it.
Timmeh wrote on Apr 27, 2018, 21:23:
Its beyond freaking ridiculous that someone should go to jail for creating a cheat program for a damn video game!
you leftist sjw's are so freaking BRAIN DEAD for cheering this kind of stuff.
It's China, what do you expect? China has a long list of terrible things they do and this ranks pretty far down the list. China is already an authoritarian nightmare.
If they were arresting people for making cheats in a western country that would be a bigger deal.