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Championship Manager developer reports 90 percent piracy rate

Posted on Sunday, January 11 2009 @ 03:36:06 CET by


Game developer Beautiful Game Studios claims its Championship Manager series of PC soccer sims is seeing a piracy rate of 90 percent:
"That's not just a number in the air, we can measure it and we know that there are a huge amount of pirated copies," said Beautiful GM Roy Meredith in an interview with CVG.

World of Goo co-creator Ron Carmel recently stated that his game was suffering from a 90% piracy rate--though Carmel later lowered the estimated figure to a still-staggering 82%.

Despite Meredith's obvious concern regarding piracy, he recognizes that adding DRM copy protection to the upcoming Championship Manager 2009 could create even more problems.
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