news agency AFP According, Hong Kong-listed company Tecent informed on Monday that it has fired more than 100 employees from the company. The firm – which in November reported its second consecutive quarterly decline in earnings – informs through its statement that these employees were found guilty of violating its anti-fraud policy.
PUBG game K’s publisher reported that more than 10 employees were transferred to China’s Public Security Organ.
The report says the firm said, “In response to problems with corruption and fraud within the company, Tencent’s Anti-Fraud Investigation Department continued to strengthen its operations and investigated and dealt with a series of violations with common problems.” “
to the guilty Tencent He was found guilty of embezzlement of money and accepting a bribe. They were found guilty in court. The report further suggests that many of those sacked and accused of corruption were part of the company’s PCG arm, which oversees its vast content production from news to sports and movies.