Among Us players under spam attack — what you need to know


The massively popular online game Among Us got infiltrated by a real impostor last week, with annoying spam messages flooding the game’s player chats, pitching for President Trump’s re-election and threatening to hack players if they didn’t subscribe to the prankster’s YouTube channel.

The three-person development team at Among Us creator Inner Sloth reacted quickly, pushing out a server update on the evening of Oct. 22 and a second one two days later. The spam attacks seem to have tapered off, but reports of occasional new ones were still popping up on Twitter Monday morning (Oct. 26). 

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