Cheating has plagued video games since their inception, but with the rise of eSports, it’s more important than ever to keep it under control. Individual players and carefully organized teams are competing for money rather than egos now, and no recent incident better illustrates the legal troubles with stamping it out in official competitions quite like the campaign against a player accused of cheating in the Pro Leagues for Ubisoft’s multiplayer shooter Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.
Nordic Game Conference: “We’re creating a window for the Nordic devs to show themselves to the world”
This month we’re looking in-depth at Sweden’s Skåne region, which includes Malmö. You can read …