China’s market for gaming cheats tops US$293 million despite crackdown

//China’s market for gaming cheats tops US$293 million despite crackdown

China’s market for gaming cheats tops US$293 million despite crackdown

Software that enables users to cheat in popular multiplayer video games is now a business worth more than 2 billion yuan (US$293 million) in China, the world’s biggest gaming market, according to Tencent Holdings.Shenzhen-based Tencent, which runs the world’s largest video games business by revenue, presented that annual domestic market estimate for cheatware used in mobile and personal computer games at an online lecture series called “Guardian Program Salon” held on Tuesday, according to…

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