Ubisoft and Bungie have recently filed a lawsuit collectively against a website that sells hacks on a subscription for games like Rainbow Six Siege and Destiny 2. The lawsuit has been filed in California – as originally noted by PC Gamer.
Both plaintiffs have pressed a number of charges against Ring-1, which has been accused of selling hacks for these games. Among a number of obvious copyright and trademark violations, the website has also been accused for using key art for these games.
Both plaintiffs are demanding revenue earned by the website from selling cheats, but the amount hasn’t been ascertained just yet. Speculation suggests that it could be in millions, but it seems that we will have to wait for more details to emerge to see how this lawsuit takes shape.
In related news, recently, Activision pulled down a number of promotional videos for an ML-powered cheat for Call of Duty that claims to even work on consoles.