If you're a skilled hacker, and have a spare Nintendo Switch to mess around with, you might be able to earn yourself a pretty decent payday.
This time around it's the lesser known top-down racing title Over Top, coming to the Switch on 27th April in Europe and priced at £6.29.
Let us know what you think of the scheme in the comments. That's about when we expected it to be released, but it's great to get the final confirmation. If you'd like to submit a report and try your luck with Nintendo's reward system, you can go to the HackerOne campaign page by clicking the source link below.
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"Do not be fooled".
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