PUBG Mobile Cheat Makers Ordered To Pay $10 Million After Losing Lawsuit

A court case pitting Krafton Inc. and Tencent Games--developer and publisher of PUBG Mobile, respectively--against a hacking group accused of distributing cheaters for the game has ended with Krafton and Tencent victorious.

Federal courts in both the United States and Germany ruled in favor of the two companies, ordering the hacking group to pay around $10 million in damages and restitution to the firms. The group was found to be creating and distributing hacks and cheats to other users, giving the recipients unfair advantages in the game.

Krafton and Tencent's restitution will be put toward stronger anti-cheat measures in the future.
Krafton and Tencent's restitution will be put toward stronger anti-cheat measures in the future.

“Millions of players worldwide enjoy PUBG Mobile and we will ensure a level playing field for everyone," Rick Li, producer on PUBG Mobile, said in the official release. "Sadly, the actions of hacker groups undermine the fairness of the game. These judgments send a clear message that we will not tolerate cheating."

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