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How Stephen Bannon guided Hong Kong firm running ‘virtual sweatshops’ in China that made millions helping gamers cheat

S.China Morning Post Tuesday, 8 August 2017 ()
Stephen Bannon had already been successful in Hollywood and on Wall Street when he flew to Hong Kong in mid-2005 to learn more about a promising new opportunity. A start-up called Internet Gaming Entertainment, or IGE, had found a novel way to make millions of dollars each month in the exploding online video game industry. Working from the 19th floor of a skyscraper in Taikoo Place, Quarry Bay the company sold virtual goods for real money – magical swords and capes and other accoutrements...
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News video: Virtual reality is changing the gaming industry

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Tony Wong from Hong Kong's computer hardware manufacturer ZOTAC says his firm is working with software developers to meet demand for virtual reality games.

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