|So I want to ask is do you thin Game Hackers should be on same crime level as Malware Outlaws.|
Well it all depends. There are many shades of grey in this subject it isn't just black and white. Not all Malware are on the same level.
For example if someone just installed a Trojan on their significant partner's computer to see if they were cheating most likely cops and courts could care less for the most part. Whereas if someone else was using the same Trojan to steal people's identities it is a completely different story.
The same goes for Game Hackers. Some do it just so they can have the coolest stuff in WoW, while others do it for profit (Usually selling gold, selling a bot or cheat or whatever).
Then there is your example of Game Hackers creating a hack to steal money (Whether it be knowing the cards in blackjack or what the next roll is in roulette or whatever).
For the first two they aren't really breaking the law they are just violating the games EULA or TOS so no I don't think they should be punished criminally personally.
As for the casino example yes they should and currently are on the same crime level and "Malware Outlaws" as you call them.
|steal Online Game Currency which have real value in money.|
The difference is they aren't stealing real money. They are "stealing" made up money. It might have real value to some people but in the end it is made up money.
Lets look at the example above of where someone makes money from creating lets say a Bot for WoW and either sells it for $100 to whoever wants it or uses it to farm gold.
In the first case (Where he sells it) he is selling a program he made and that doesn't break any laws (That I know of). So he is making money off his work of making the program which is different then stealing money from other people or a company (Which is what is happening in your online casino example).
In the second case (Where he bots and farms for gold to sell to others) yes he is making money and sometimes good money but he isn't stealing it from a company or other players. He is making the money by selling fake money to people that might want to buy it. While I don't agree with people who do this they aren't breaking any criminal laws (They are breaking the games EULA and can and should get banned).