-the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is taking its political censorship to the extreme by disconnecting Chinese online gamers from their guildmates outside China

-The communist regime is said to have noticed an authority vacuum in online multiplayer games, which enables people to freely socialize without monitoring

-One-player online games will also be subject to surveillance, as a new real-name mechanism is going to be implemented in China

-Other rules under the new law are less political. They include an online gaming curfew (10 p.m. to 8 a.m.) for gamers aged under 18 and a maximum amount of money they are allowed to spend on games to combat internet addiction.

Full article: https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3916690

Seems like this could be the end of mass cheating in games as we know it.