Hiding his head and tail, Call of Duty gamers face a heavy penalty for hacking.
A Call of Duty: Vanguard gamer with the nickname Kenji accidentally revealed that he was hacking the game while competing in a small Call of Duty: Vanguard tournament earlier this week. After being suspicious of gamers and spectators, this player tried to prove that he did not use any cheat software during the tournament by pointing his webcam at his screen and livestreaming the game.
Specifically, Kenji’s team won a very unexpected victory in the 2v2 game, but the opposing team ImSasukee and iLuhvly decided to recommend to the tournament organizer Checkmate Gaming about the fairness of the game. After reviewing the livestream of gamer Kenji, the organizers noticed something extremely strange. As shared in a clip on Twitter, at one point, Kenji’s webcam clearly showed that the gamer was using wallhacks (a popular cheat that allows players to see opponents through walls).
As shown in the image above, you can see that strange rectangular squares appear on Kenji’s screen. Immediately after feeling that something was wrong, Kenji quickly deleted the livestream video. Following the investigation, Kenji was banned from Checkmate Gaming, where the gamer appears to have earned nearly $4,000 since late 2020 playing Call of Duty. In addition, the school-level league Kenji participates in, the College CoD League, issued a permanent ban to Kenji and disqualified four of his other teammates representing Grand Canyon University in the tournament. .
“Kenji is permanently banned from CCL,” the statement read. “Grand Canyon University is disqualified for the remainder of the 2022 and post-season. All GCU players listed below playing alongside Kenji are banned until the start of the 2023 season and may return to play in the 2023 season.”
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