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Fortnite and the Dark Web: How an illicit industry developed around this game

Gaming and criminality have gone hand in hand for centuries. From cheating in games of chance, through laundering money in cash-rich casinos, to grey market shark-lending, the gaming industry has historically been a hotbed of criminal activity.

It is no surprise then that digital gaming, an industry that grossed over $100 billion in 2017, has also attracted the criminal underclass.

Join us to learn how Fortnite, a game with over 125 million active players and revenues of hundreds of millions of dollars every month, has become a focal point for criminal activity in the deep and dark web.
Recorded Nov 7 2018 41 mins
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Sixgill: Your Eyes in the Dark Web
Sixgill is a cyber threat intelligence company that covertly and automatically analyzes Deep and Dark Web activity helping to detect and prevent cyber-attacks and sensitive data leaks before they occur. Utilizing advanced algorithms, Sixgill’s cyber intelligence platform provides organizations with continuous monitoring, prioritized real time alerts and actionable intelligence

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