North Koreans love to play PC games according to defectors arriving in South Korea. It is believed that the games are smuggled in from China and distributed by USB stick. PC gamers in North Korea connect their computers to form a LAN network and have a LAN party. Some of the most popular games include Grand Theft Auto 5 and FIFA Online. To keep from getting their files confiscated, PC gamers change the file name and type to avoid detection. "I played almost all of the most famous South Korean video games in North Korea ... Every one of my friends has played foreign video games," a defector, 14, told Daily NK in Seoul recently. "All kids learn about the game and play it once it is carried on a USB stick and hits the streets." Another defector said game lovers could play in a group by connecting their computers via LAN cables. "Being able to connect a LAN cable and play games means they knew quite a lot about computers," he said.