On January 21st, the $250K Twitch Rivals Doritos Bowl Warzone incident caused a major repercussions on the track, as the abusers were allegedly disqualified before the final round.
One of the biggest Warzone incidents to date, laid the foundation for one of the biggest cheating scandals to date. During the five rounds of private lobbying activities, many senior Warzone competitors began to accuse players of cheating in the tournament.
According to these allegations, the three of METZY_B, kyrptic_j0ker and Unifyz were disqualified from the competition. The ban was passed before the players entered the fifth and final game of the day.
“According to the evidence submitted by various sources during and during the competition, [Twitch has] determine [their] The event host Caleb̵
Due to disqualification from the competition, Twitch chose to continue participating in the competition. The fifth map did not reduce a team, but did not restart or replay on other dates.
After the fourth round of operations, allegations began to pile up. Players noticed that especially METZY_B sent some very sharp targets.
The resident war zone investigator Tommy (Tommey) soon began to hear the case and began to dissect the footage. The strange automatic aiming caught his attention because the suspicious cheaters immediately “locked in” the opponent in the clip.
🚨Today’s $250K Twitch Rivals Warzone incident was overspend due to allegations of cheating.
The game was finally restarted due to cheating in the private hall, so the game has been at the final table. pic.twitter.com/XIm2GUpJKh
— DEXERTO Call of Duty (@DexertoIntel) January 22, 2021
Given that there is $250,000 to compete for, there are many risks. The winning team’s prize money is $45,000, and even if it wins the championship, it will provide $1,200 to the suspected cheaters. However, TWEZ quickly confirmed that METZY_B and his team were “not eligible for the trophy.”
Naturally, the controversy quickly spread on social media, and many Warzone celebrities were once again in trouble due to the lack of an effective anti-cheat system.
NICKMERCS said: “Unfortunately, if there is no anti-cheating, there can be no real Warzone tournament.” “There is too much cheese and too many rats.”
Unfortunately, if there is no anti-cheating, there can be no real Warzone tournaments. We learned a lot from those guards, and I have already told everyone. There is too much cheese and too many rats. Bob and knitting baby.
— FaZe Nickmercs (@NICKMERCS) January 22, 2021
Rival player Kalei added: “The competitive Warzone can no longer be taken seriously.”
“Hackers participated in 250,000 tournaments in a private hall. Facing the incredible idk, I can bring more to this cruel gamer.”
The competitive theater can no longer be taken seriously. Hackers held 250,000 tournaments in private halls.Fuck incredible idk, how many people can I take with this cruel game
-Kalei (@KaleiRenay) January 22, 2021
Despite using Warzone’s custom game features, which means that no random players can enter the lobby, the cheaters still seem to have entered the largest tournament in the game so far in 2021.
The fifth round continued, and the number of people in the hall was reduced by one. The champion is crowned, and the $250K prize pool is allocated accordingly.Be sure to check our event center to get a complete picture of the people in trouble Twitch rival theater game.