Dell responds to PUBG cheat claims at China laptop launch

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Dell responds to PUBG cheat claims at China laptop launch

Dell apologises for 'inappropriate' PUBG cheating claims at hardware launch in China

Dell has formally apologised for comments condoning cheating at games like PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), made by one of its executives in a product launch in China last week. The account director,...

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