A gamer who made and sold cheat software for ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ now owes the game’s creators $150,000 for copyright infringement
|02/12/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Video game publisher Take-Two Interactive has been awarded a $150,000 judgement against a Florida resident who created cheat software for “Grand Theft Auto V.”
- A complaint filed in U.S. District Court accuses Jhonny Perez of creating and selling a program called Elusive that let players generate unlimited amounts of money and manipulate other parts of the game.
- Take-Two claims the cheats have damaged the game’s reputation and caused a significant loss in revenue.
More and more gamers are starting to find out that cheating isn’t just wrong — it can be illegal.
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