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Submitted by john2 531d ago | news

Users report that Hi-Rez violates SMITE's EULA, provide video to back up these claims

DSOGaming writes: "Now this is something that may interest a lot of F2P gamers and fans of Hi-Rez Studios' titles, SMITE, Global Agenda and Tribes: Ascend. Reddit's user 'ACEmat' has reported that Hi-Rez violates its EULA by letting a scanner running and monitoring for blacklist software even when its games are closed. In case you did not know, The Tribes/Smite/GA EULA states Hi-Rez has the right to monitor for blacklist software while the game is open. However, evidence has shown that Hi-Rez monitors your computer for blacklist software even when Tribes/Smite/GA is closed, which violates the agreement in the EULA." (Global Agenda, Industry, PC, Smite, Tribes Ascend)

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