Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Overwatch cheaters owe Blizzard $8.6M after court ruling

Justice rains from above as Blizzard brings the hammer down on a German company making cheats for Overwatch. Let’s break it down: A court in California has unleashed a primal punch on Bossland, a company known for Overwatch hacks. If you have used its hacks, then basically no one could hide from your sight, as you’d be able to spot enemy positions and health scores you wouldn’t ordinarily see outside of very specific circumstances. No one likes cheatbots anyway, but the molten core of the matter was that Bossland was charging for its products. For example, a three-month subscription to a powered-up World of…

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