January 26, 2021

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Riot and Bungie join forces to tackle Destiny 2 and Valorant cheat makers in new lawsuit

Riot Games and Bungie have teamed up to tackle cheating in Valorant and Destiny 2,...

Riot Games and Bungie have teamed up to tackle cheating in Valorant and Destiny 2, with their lawyers filing a joint complaint aimed at cheat software creator GatorCheats, which it accuses of selling and distributing “malicious software products designed to enable members of the public to gain unfair competitive advantage.”

As reported by Polygon, Riot and Bungie filed the complaint in the Central District of California court last week, estimating that GatorCheats and its owner Cameron Santos have made “tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars” selling cheats – which cost $90USD a month, $250 for three months, or $500 USD for lifetime access.

“The Cheating Software enables players to manipulate Valorant and Destiny 2 to their personal advantage,” explains the lawsuit, before giving examples “such as by automatically aiming weapons, revealing the locations of opponents, and allowing the player to see a vast array of information that otherwise would be obscured”.

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