Epic Games Uses Private Investigators To Hunt Down Cheaters

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If there's one story more prominent in the gaming press these days than the success of Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, its the rampant cheating in Playerunknown's Battlegrounds. Despite banning over a million (paid) accounts, PUBG continues to face an onslaught of cheaters and hackers, primarily originating in The People's Republic of China. Fortunately for Epic Games, their Battle Royale title, Fortnite, mainly [...]

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US Copyright Office Considering Abandoned Online Games Exemption

The U.S. Copyright Office is currently considering easing DMCA anti-circumvention provisions which come up for renewal every 3 years. One of the most important topics being considered this year center around the preservation of abandoned video games. Previous rulings have granted museums, libraries, and other archival organizations the right to use emulators and other tools to make old games playable. [...]

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Mojang Is Shutting Down Scrolls

On February 6, Mojang announced their decision to close down the official servers for their digital card game Scrolls. The game's servers will shut down on February 13, five years after the game's initial beta launch. To Mojang's credit, they are working on ways to allow the community to keep the game alive. Players will be provided a method to [...]

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