South Korea Passed a Law Against Game Cheats

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Getting banned for cheating in games is not the worst thing that can happen to you if you are living in South Korea. According to PvPlive, the South Korean governmentt has passed an amendment to a law on promoting and protecting the gaming industry. This amendment stipulates that, manufacturing and distributing cheating programs, including aimbots and hacks, for online games, are considered illegal.

In other words, if you decide to share on the internet a script that makes gaming "affordable" to anyone, then
you will not only face a potential accusation from the game studios, but could also get a maximum of 5 years of jail time or $43,000 in fines. A recent example of fighting against the hacks is the case of Overwatch Korea, where Blizzard had to fight back against the players who used hacks with plenty of accounts banned. We can assume that laws like this will be adopted by other states, making the fight against hacks more efficient.

Source: pvplive
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