BBC News reports
on the closure of a Chinese game cheat operation called the world's largest,
having pulled in more that $76 million in revenue. The gang ran a
subscription service to sell cheats for games like Overwatch
Call of Duty Mobile
. Police made 10 arrests, destroyed 17 cheats, and
seized over $46 million in assets, including several supercars:
collaborative effort between Chinese police and gaming giant Tencent has led
to the closure of what police say is the biggest ever video-game-cheat
The gang designed and sold cheats to popular video games, including
Overwatch and Call of Duty Mobile.
Roughly $76m (£55m) in revenue was made by the organisation which charged a
subscription fee to clients.
Police seized assets worth $46m, including several luxury cars.
The operation was called "Chicken Drumstick", and had a website selling to
"hundreds of countries and regions", local media reported.
Subscription prices for users began at around $10 a day, and up to $200 a