Tencent helps bust “world's biggest” cheating operation

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The Chinese police seized $46 million worth of assets, including luxury cars

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Tencent collaborated with the Chinese police to bust a games cheating ring that was considered the “world’s biggest.”

According to the BBC, the organisation focused on various games including Overwatch and Call of Duty Mobile, charging a subscription fee to its users worldwide for access to cheats. Prices ranged from $10 a day to $200 a month.

It is believed that the gang made $76 million in revenue. The Kushan police seized $46 million worth of assets, including luxury cars, in a busting operation nicknamed

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