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Riot and Bungie sue cheat maker for VALORANT and Destiny 2

The accused company would have to pay the studios millions of dollars in damages

Cheating in online games is an everyday thing despite being a prohibited practice by development studios. This problem does not end since for many it is a very attractive source of income; however, it involves very high risks that could well end in a legal conflict.

Riot Games and Bungie just joined forces to stop a company that creates and sells cheats for VALORANT and Destiny 2. Lawyers for the studios have sued GatorCheats, which offers hacks for both games.

As you can imagine, companies are not happy with this practice, so they will do their best to stop the distribution of third-party software. In addition, the defendant could be penalized and sentenced to pay millions of dollars in damages.

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