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MP cheaters- an epidemic.
 
kingkob  posted on Dec 08, 2016 11:44:09 AM - Report post

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There is a damn good reason why Cheathappens is not mentioned in this article.

 
B4Marc  posted on Dec 08, 2016 1:11:04 PM - Report post

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"Why is it so hard to stop cheating in videogames?"

Wrong tittle, Leif Johnson need to go back to school, as it seems he doesn't know about single-player games

None-the-less, multi-player cheaters are the cause of my refusal to go PVP, thus a good article.

 
LordVenator  posted on Dec 08, 2016 3:24:09 PM - Report post

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"Why is it so hard to stop cheating in videogames?"

Wrong tittle, Leif Johnson need to go back to school, as it seems he doesn't know about single-player games

None-the-less, multi-player cheaters are the cause of my refusal to go PVP, thus a good article.

Depends on the game itself really and what exactly devs allow. There's a lot of cheating via mods in World of Tanks because the game itself didn't have any way of checking which mods are installed. That's been fixed and ban waves are happening. The more stuff you make serversided, the harder it is for hackers and modders to cheat. AFAIK the only ones not giving a damn about cheaters and modders are Rockstar. GTA Online is packed with them.

 
CCFDMAN1  posted on Dec 08, 2016 6:09:22 PM - Report post

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This is why I dont play multiplayer on the computer because it ruins the game. Battlefield 1 for example. It has such limited single player I would love to play the multiplayer but I played for 30 mins and almost half were using aim-bots (Origin has one of the worse anti-cheat programs). I like using trainers in SP because I m only effecting myself and not ruining it for other people. It ****ed me off when Blizzard actively banned people for playing with trainers on SP so since have not planned on buying any other Blizzard product. Paying $60 for a game and being told what I can't do in SP is garbage. That's what I love about CH they help me to enjoy the games by letting me play the way I want to and take a hard stance on MP cheaters. Thanks again to the CH team for all you do and put up with know that its appreciated by the community.
 
Mirraluka  posted on Dec 10, 2016 3:50:02 PM - Report post

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If it were not for CHU my gaming days would be over, how many members agree about what I have just said, Now we Have developers that let's you drop down the console all fallout games do that and other studios enable cheating..BUT when it comes down to big names ON-LINE playing you DO NOT CHEAT and those people who take the risk deserve the Lifetime BAN.

It is a good job that Game Developers do not try and make games so cheats and Trainers would not work, the other side of the coin is these people who CHEAT on-line are also bringing unwanted attention to the for front and they start talking about people who make Trainers along with other methods of cheating I am DEAD against and would love to see these on-line cheaters banned.

 
ServiusTheBear  posted on Dec 11, 2016 5:12:07 AM - Report post

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Consider the news from South Korea last weekLink, when the parliament there stepped into the cheating debate by passing an amendment to an existing law promoting the games industry. It's now strictly against the law to make or distribute programs there that aren't allowed by a game publisher's Terms of Service. That means that if you make or sell a program that enables aimbotting or other hacks in a game like Overwatch, you could be facing five years in jail and $43,000 in fines.

Now what I worry about is this. Coming into play in the EU/USA/AUS. Which if it go's then CH and other trainer makers would be targeted. Which is a worry.

[Edited by ServiusTheBear, 12/11/2016 5:13:19 AM]

 
Neo7  posted on Dec 11, 2016 10:58:48 AM - Report post

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SK is a bit more strict because of how unusual their professional circuit is. It is much more well defined and an infrastructure that is better than anything else provided by any other nation. Another law you may not know is that betting on professional video games is strictly enforce and people do get suspended sentences and fines for participating in it. On one hand you have progamers intentionally throwing games to get a pay off. On the other hand, you have these cheating programs giving gamers an unfair advantage to win no matter what (and get the bet winnings).

Although the law is there, it's unlikely to be prosecuted unless it starts becoming used for betting scams.

Here's two incidents as case studies (not through cheating programs but throwing games):
StarCraft Brood War Match Fixing Scandal - Link
StarCraft 2 Match Fixing Scandal - Link

What makes those two special is because sAviOr and Life were considered the absolute best of their respective times in each scandal. It really shook up the industry (and in Life's case, began the sharp downfall of SC2's popularity with business investors).

[Edited by Neo7, 12/11/2016 11:03:33 AM]

 
TREO_X  posted on Dec 15, 2016 5:42:32 PM - Report post

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Yeah South Korea is a different beast all together when it comes to the internet and gaming, they apparently have a serious problem developing. So the government stepping in to pass laws on video game cheating and gambling isn't a real surprise, they are also looking to bring in a Game Addiction Law. I think most other governments around the world have bigger fish to fry, than to worry about video game cheating. Here'e an article on just how bad it's getting for South Korea as a nation, it's an epidemic.

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[Edited by TREO_X, 12/15/2016 5:48:02 PM]

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