The MOBA series in general does not require players to deposit money to become stronger (pay to win) but is mainly “popular” by the business of costumes.
Players can choose to use the default skin or spend money to buy new better skins or more effects in the game, but not all items are affordable. Therefore, some have sought to interfere with the application to conduct mods, make or open the entire skin in the game.
This action directly affects the publisher’s revenue, so they are often very strong in handling cases that interfere with the application to edit information in the game.
Lien Quan Mobile (LQM) does not escape the above mod situation because although it has been around for a long time, this MOBA game is still one of the hot names on the market. LQM’s costume mod appeared on social networking sites recently, along with a video tutorial for players to open all the costumes appeared, sounds attractive but full of adventure and gamers do not should try.
Not to mention the possibility of nick being locked, the use of an application of unknown origin, uncensored to be installed on the device also has many potential risks of being installed malicious code, stealing personal and account information.
Among the regulations of Garena – the publisher of Lien Quan Mobile, violations that can cause gamers to be permanently locked out of their accounts include Using 3rd software to interfere with the system and Editing applications.
More specifically, the account will be locked for 7-30 days when it is detected to log in to modified software or have abnormal data from the system. The 1-year lock-up period applies to the case of using software to hack games, the next 10 years permanently when the system detects interference by editing the application to cheat in the game or is accused of cheating by others. many times.