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What is North Korea's dictator Kim Jong-Un actually doing when he's not testing missiles or dealing with menacing threats?

Perhaps he plays a couple of CSGO games during his down time? It seems as though he it may be possible according to the Steam user heatmap below:

Steam shows a portion of the measured traffic actually comes from Pyongyang, capital and home of King Jong-Un. But how can that be when the North Korean government completely block access to most of the internet?

Supposedly, only government ambassadors, high ranking officials, and members of non-governmental associations can access the Internet without limits.

​Censorship in North Korea (the Democratic People's Republic of Korea) is the most extreme among the world, with the government able to take strict control over communications. Internet access is not generally available in North Korea. Only some high-level officials are allowed to access the global internet. In some universities, a small number of strictly monitored computers are provided. Other citizens may only get access to the country's own internet, called Kwangmyong.  - Wikipedia

Does this mean that you might be matched up against Kim Jong-Un in your next online match? Probably not, but it could be possible.

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