Fifteen people have been accused of using hacks and cheats in PlayerUknown’s Battlegrounds and arrested, according to an update from PUBG Corp.
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While PUBG Corp. have been working on adding anti-cheat measures to the game, they have also been working with local judicial authorities in countries where hacking games is illegal. This, they say, resulted in the April 25 arrest of 15 suspects accused of creating and selling cheating software designed for PUBG. While the update doesn’t specify where the arrests were made, it seems likely - based on the names given for several of the suspects - that this happened in China.