Motherboard has published a fascinating report that delves into the rise and fall of what’s been described as the ‘world’s largest’ video game cheating empire.
I was so panicked that I also hammered every single visible chip in [the solid state drives],” they said.
There are more insights from the cheat developer, including how they got their multi-million dollar (and incredibly illegal) business off the ground, in the full report.
That set off alarm bells for the cheat-maker, who’d helped develop hacks for a number of titles including PUBG Mobile and Call of Duty Mobile.
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