A player of a baseball management game <Pro Baseball Manager> has been banned forever because he has purportedly purchased enormous amount of in-game items through hacking.
Funnily, the players of the game are lifting their voice against Ntreev instead of the illegal player because the probability of the baseball player cards became known extremely lower than ever thought.
The hacker argued that even 1 trillion PT(in-game currency) cannot get you what you want and posted a screenshot of his permanent suspension until December 31, 9999.
Then Ntreev said “The exact money the player created by the hacking was 97 million PT. And we are currently working on whether he used all the money to buy the cards.”
The cards grant additional ability to the players’ teams if certain conditions meet such as collecting whole cards of a favorite team of the same year. And as better cards are obviously rarer, the players have shelled out for better and better cards in order to make their teams the best.
So let’s calculate. You need 39,000 PT to get a chance to draw a card out of diverse levels. According to Ntreev’s report, he generated 97M PT. So he could gamble at least 2487 times. But he insists that he has failed to get a single superb card out of 2487 chances.
Then other players are complaining about the extremely low probability with explosive amount of posts for a day.
“We have acknowledged the complaint of the probability of the cards. But the system is not malicious at all,” said an official from Ntreev. “We have further enhanced our protection because there was another trial of hacking. The trial did not penetrate our server this time. We are going to review what to do against the malicious players.”