The penalty came as a default judgment. Perez took Elusive in 2018 after contacting Take-Two with him and said he would give up the wages of a charity, but he did not provide the requested financial records showing how much money he made from cheat. The two have filed for judgment after they did not receive a reply.
Critics have accused publishers of law abuses, raising the damages made to beat cheat developers from the commission and intimidate others. However, little doubt that online cheats affect many players, not just those who install them ̵