PUBG cheat programmers arrested in China
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15 people suspected of writing and selling cheat programs for the popular Player Unknown Battleground game have been arrested by Chinese police.

The cheats helped players survive longer, aim more accurately and spot foes in the shooting game. According to local reports, profits from selling the cheat programs may have been as high as 30 million yuan (approx £3.5 million)

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