By Eric Garrett – August 7, 2019 11:14 pm EDT Share 0 Comments 0 Leaks are fairly commonplace with today’s video games, with many details arriving much earlier than developers and publishers would like. That said, one game that has certainly seen its fair share of leaks is the upcoming Borderlands 3, which officially launches next month. YouTuber SupMatto has been one such person to share these leaks in videos on his channel. That said, a recent video posted by SupMatto informed people that publishers Take-Two Interactive and 2K Games had excessively targeted him because of his videos, and now the publishers are defending their actions. “Take Two and 2K take the security and confidentiality of trade secrets very seriously,” a 2K rep told The Verge. “The action we’ve taken is the result of a 10-month investigation and a history of this creator profiting from breaking our policies, leaking confidential information about our product, and infringing our copyrights.” According to SupMatto, despite this finally coming to light now, this all began back in April. When the Twitch ECHOCast extension was announced, the video showed information about the private account that had been testing it. As pointed out by SupMatto, he… Read full this story
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