Keep games fun with EasyAntiCheat, the world's leading game security solution. Made effortless for game developers.
EasyAntiCheat is a holistic anti–cheat service, countering hacking and cheating in multiplayer PC games through the use of hybrid anti–cheat mechanisms. The combination of both client and server–side analysis is what enables EAC to rapidly identify upcoming threats and hacking techniques. EAC is easily implementable with plug–and–play SDKs, and is easy to maintain thanks to seamless update cycles and a set of online dashboards tailored for effective service and community management.
EasyAntiCheat focuses on cheat prevention by countering the root cause of cheating. The sandbox's constantly raising threshold for new hacks and cheats leads to less hacking attempts, no false positives, and a healthier community.
Our mission is to enable developers and publishers to fully focus on growing their game, delivering truly satisfying online experiences to players alike. Forget about the constant arm race against cheaters!
Nearly a decade of experience in developing anti–malware technology has provided the team with the industry's leading level of expertise. During the game's entire life cycle, our team of professional developers takes full accountability in keeping the game clean from cheaters.
EasyAntiCheat is part of the Kamu Game Security solution. Read more about Kamu on www.kamu.gg.
Being devoted gamers, we strongly believe in the value of clean game experiences. We favor a positive approach in which every player is valued and endless ban lists are not a default. Watch our SteamDevDays video below for further insight in our believes and approach.
Thorough understanding of the domain with long–term strategic thinking is how level playing fields and healthy gaming communities are most effectively achieved. The traditional mass–penalization approach does not deliver long–term sustainable results and only divides communities. We're strong believers in cheat prevention being the most effective tool to establish a shift in the player‘s mindset.
With an ongoing focus on prevention, we don't accept anti–cheat solutions should by default be privacy invasive.