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The Armaguerra 43 is the latest weapon to join Call of Duty: Vanguard in Season Two. It is a submachine gun with many desirable traits such as a fast fire rate. Before you can get your hands on it, you have to complete a challenge in Vanguard or Warzone Pacific to unlock the Armaguerra 43. Then, you can begin levelling up the weapon and unlocking the attachments needed to build the best class setup.
The challenge is not too difficult or time consuming. You are tasked with getting 10 hip-fire kills in a single match 15 times in Vanguard multiplayer or Warzone Pacific. If you prefer to take on the challenge in Vanguard zombies, you will instead have to use a submachine gun to kill 400 enemies frozen by your frost blast.
Begin unlocking the Armaguerra 43 in Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone Pacific
Although you can complete the challenge with any weapon in Vanguard and Warzone Pacific, we would recommend that you use a submachine gun as it is an effective weapon to earn hip-fir...
Singapore, Mar 23, 2022 - (ACN Newswire) - The Coalition Against Piracy's (CAP's) most recent YouGov consumer surveys show that while piracy continues to be a major concern around the Asia Pacific region, particularly in Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines where 61% of consumers admit to accessing pirate services in each country, site blocking, and in particular government regulatory blocking, is having a noticeable effect in stopping consumers accessing pirated content online.
Countries around the region that implement site-blocking showed a change in consumer behaviour to stop accessing piracy services due to sites being blocked and the change was most notable in those countries that used regulatory blocking. In Indonesia, more than 50% of consumers say that they have stopped or rarely access pirate services as a result of blocking, as do nearly 50% of consumers in Vietnam and 45% in Malaysia.
Encouragingly, the surveys show that regular site-blocking not only stops consumers accessing pirated content online, but also drives them towards legitimate sources, with more than 48% of consumers around the region stating they would subscribe to paid online services if the content they wanted to watch was not available via a pirate source.
Matthew Cheetham, General Manager of CAP, noted, "It is now clearly evident that site blocking, particularly regulatory blocking, is effective. The benefits are multi-fold, not only are consumers being directed towards legitimate content, but in being blocked from accessing pirate sites, they are also protected from the serious risks that previous CAP studies have proven are inherent in accessing pirate sites." The surveys also illustrated the growing migration of consumption of pirate content via social media and messaging platforms. "However, the surveys also show the benefits of consumer education with a growing awareness amongst consumers of the negative consequences of piracy, most particularly via illicit profiteering and malware," added Cheetham.
For the first time, CAP's YouGov consumer surveys were undertaken across several countries simultaneously. The surveys will be repeated across the same countries annually, and in doing so, will enable longitudinal analysis of consumer behavioural trends towards piracy and enforcement measures around the region.
About the Asia Video Industry Association
The Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA) is the trade association for the video industry and ecosystem in Asia Pacific. It serves to make the video industry stronger and healthier through promoting the common interests of its members. AVIA is the interlocutor for the industry with governments across the region, leads the fight against video piracy through its Coalition Against Piracy (CAP) and provides insight into the video industry through reports and conferences aimed to support a vibrant video industry.
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Copyright 2022 ACN Newswire. All rights reserved. www.acnnewswire.comThe Coalition Against Piracy's (CAP's) most recent YouGov consumer surveys show that while piracy continues to be a major concern around the Asia Pacific region, particularly in Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines where 61% of consumers admit to accessing pirate services in each country, site blocking, and in particular government regulatory blocking, is having a noticeable effect in stopping consumers accessing pirated content online.
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