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Financial crime through video games is on the rise

In The News, 9 November 2019
Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies, Organised Crime, Technology
In 2016 Electronic Arts, a developer, revealed that it made 30% of its digital revenue from “loot boxes”, much like Counter-Strike’s container keys. Such online items “function like virtual currencies”, notes Anton Moiseienko, of the Royal United Services Institute, a British think-tank.

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Anton Moiseienko
Research Fellow, Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies

Anton is a Research Fellow at RUSI’s Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies. His current and recent research covers a range of... read more