But, lucky for now only in South Korea under new laws to crackdown on Massive Online Cheating!Anyone caught breaking the law which is backing manufacturers and programme makers will face a jail sentence of up to five years or 50million KRW ($43,000) and streams of gamers have already been banned from playing the game Overwatch, and these new laws are mainly aimed at fighting the 'makers' of the aimbotter scripts which come out of places like Korea more so than other countries, and will give the legal power for companies like Blizzard to crackdown on servers hosted in Korea and their authors, more so then attacking the local gamer that uses it online, these laws are aimed at the larger more commercial pay for access services and designers of them.
Video gamers who cheat while playing online will face five years in prison under a new law passed in South Korea. An amendment to a bill promoting the gaming industry is aimed at targeting those attempting to gain an unfair advantage playing on the internet.
So what do you think about this, is it the right way to fight cheaters online, or is it just going to move the problem someplace else?
NEWS SOURCE #1: Video Gamers who Cheat while Playing Online face FIVE YEARS IN PRISON (via) DailyMail
NEWS SOURCE #2: South Korea Passes Bill to Directly Punish Hack Makers (via) PVPLive