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E-Gamer Calls For Crackdown Against Cheats

A professional e-gamer has called for a crackdown on cheats. Image Source: Bang Showbiz  Eric Wrona – who is a professional e-gaming player, who goes by the name of Snip3down – has called for a crackdown after a recent survey by Irdeto revealed that 60 percent of online games were negatively impacted by cheaters. Eric […]

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A professional e-gamer has called for a crackdown on cheats.

Image Source: Bang Showbiz 

Eric Wrona – who is a professional e-gaming player, who goes by the name of Snip3down – has called for a crackdown after a recent survey by Irdeto revealed that 60 percent of online games were negatively impacted by cheaters.

Eric told CNBC:

“If a game has a lot of cheating, you just really have to hope that the people who run the game, the developers, work their butts off as fast as they can to get that dealt with, because it is an issue.”

The same survey also found that as many as 77 percent of online players have pledged to stop playing if they think competitors are cheating.

Meanwhile, a Sony job advert recently claimed that the PlayStation 5 will be the “world’s fastest” console.

The tech giant is hiring a Senior Cloud Engineering Manager and the advert included some major statements about the upcoming next-gen console, which will be released next year around the same time as the Xbox Scarlett.

According to the firm, the candidate will be part of the team “to build next generation cloud infrastructure”, and also “be one of the leaders of an elite team that is super excited to launch the upcoming world’s fastest console (PS5) in 2020”.