Ben Mansill from PCPowerPlay went to China last week for the Intel 8th Gen Processor reveal and many other PC and laptop vendors attended as well. While he was there he listened in on the Dell presentation and was surprised to hear the Dell spokesperson rave about how good their products were for cheating in PUBG. I guess you could say she was playing to the audience since Chinese cheaters abound in PUBG, but this wasn't a good look for the company if you ask me. It wasn't long after this story hit the web that Dell decided to set the record straight and Dell Australia said the company doesn't condone cheating and they further condemned the use of cheats. All I have to say is Dell better watch it or their gaming market outside of China might take a hit. Thanks, stinger608. She spoke of how Chinese gamers are the most innovative and dominant in the world by using "plugins" to, for example, run faster than other players, or blow up ten cars at a time, and that these top gamers can really use 8th-Gen power to "run more plugins to win more at Chicken Dinner", and that the top players run the most 'plugins' so that's where 8th-gen Dell power gives them the gamer's edge. Behind her a video proudly shows various cheats in PUBG in action (they really like the one with the massively oversized gun and show that a lot), with the new Dell gaming laptops shown every few seconds while Sally told us that gamers should buy a Dell because they're better at running many plugins. Wow.