2.5m P2P illegally share top 60 video games
In the week leading up to the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, where video game publishers are touting their latest releases, CEG TEK International (CEG TEK), a provider of in-depth business intelligence and comprehensive anti-piracy solutions, tracked piracy rates of 60 popular video game titles. In its study
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