GatorCheats been Filed a Joint Lawsuit by Games Destiny 2 and Valorant Developers

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Destiny 2 game developer Bungie and Valorant developer Riot Games have filed a lawsuit against cheat software creator GatorCheats.

If you hear news about huge game devs suing some cheat hackers might seem less special. Well, here’s an exceptional case. Bungie and Riot Games have sued two major game creators against the same cheat software designer, GatorCheats. GatorCheats is ostensibly possessed and functioned by Cameron Santos, a resident of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Bungie and Riot Games have collectively filed a lawsuit against it to create cheat software for Destiny 2 and Valorant. The cheat software is mostly the usual stuff like- aimbots, wallhacks, and other features.

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GatorCheats been Filed a Joint Lawsuit by Games Destiny 2 and Valorant Developers

The developers claim that GatorCheats handler Santos has been selling its software via social media channels and other website handles like Telegram, Email which has helped him earn “thousands of dollars” through its sales. This software is so designed that they pass through Riot and Bungie’s anti-cheating mechanisms easily. The cheat program is easily obtainable by the players for $90 per month and lifetime access charging for $500 through its website and other social handles like Email, Discord, and Telegram. Lawyers indict that GatorCheats has earned “tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars” from the cheats sales.

GatorCheats has once been served a Cease and Desist Notice From Bungie earlier in November 2020. Corresponding to which Santos notified players that it’d stop the cheat software trade but continued to support the systems already purchased. This new lawsuit arraigns that GatorCheats continues to sell such software. Riot and Bungie agreed to have faced a massive loss due to the cheat software and looked for complete closure of such trafficking of circumvention devices.

The lawyers of the plaintiffs, Riot, and Bungie filed the Lawsuit in the Central District of California court on Friday, January 8th, incriminating that Cameron Santos of GatorCheats has effectuated “irreparable damage to their goodwill and reputation and lose millions of dollars in revenue.”

So, there you have it, guys. This was all the information that you need to know about GatorCheats. To get more updates like this follow us on Game Stanza and Google News.

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