Using hacks in self-recorded videos to prove their innocence, Call of Duty gamers are permanently banned
In a 2v2 tournament, Call of Duty player Kenji is eager to prove his talent to the entire community. To prove himself pure, Kenji put a screen camera, recording the whole scene he was playing in real time.
Understanding how confidence affects performance, Kenji intends to openly announce to the world that he does not hack. But it seems that Kenji is not confident in his level, so he had to use a hack while proving his innocence.
Kenji’s attempt to prove his innocence is incriminating evidence against the gamer.
According to information Jake Lucky Posted on Twitter, gamer Kenji has been permanently banned from playing in the Collegiate CoD League (CCL) and CMG, two major Call of Duty tournaments. His teammates at GCU have also been disqualified from participating in the rest of the ongoing CCL 2022.
The punishment is deserved for a gamer who still dares to cheat even after turning pro. Kenji’s stain, which he self-inflicted with a shamelessly thoughtless “drawing”, would probably end Kenji’s playing career here.
If so, that’s great, the gaming community, professional in general and amateur in particular, will be one less thick-faced person.
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