Prolific PUGB dataminer, PlayerIGN, has allegedly had "PUBG show up at [their] front door".
The dataminer revealed that earlier this week, a private investigator turned up at their home and handed them a letter demanding that the leaker's social media posts be removed.
The letter - allegedly from PUBG developer Krafton - also wanted copies of PlayerIGN's direct messages in order to decipher "how [they] got said information".
"A private investigator was just outside my house just now handing me a letter re: KRAFTON having me take down all my social media posts of leaks, provide a full accounting of how much revenue I made, and provide all DM's of how I got said infos," PlayerIGN said via a TwitLonger post (thanks, TheGamer).
"For context here are my current thoughts: the leaks I get aren't me actively seeking out their people/systems for info, but mostly vice versa. The datamines I get of their skins, are from a website that gets updated early right before Test Server goes up. It's html. I [right-click > save] the images.
"I don't really know what to do right now. I just want to get some help before I make moves," they concluded.
PUBG showed up at my front door...— PlayerIGN (@PlayerIGN) May 25, 2022
PlayerIGN has not tweeted since the PI turned up, and Krafton has yet to publicly comment on the situation.
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