Call of Duty Player Proves That He Cheated While Trying to Prove That He Isn’t Cheating.
We’ve all done it. It’s easy to sneak in a cheeky extra hundred at the family Monopoly night. Cheating is not allowed when real money is involved.
Vanguard player was a semi-professional Call of Duty player who had won nearly $4,000 playing the shooter. He came under suspicion about the legitimacy and legality of his play. Since the beginning, mods used to cheat the game have been a problem for Call Of Duty. Activision Blizzard introduced the RICOCHET anti-cheat system to all online play modes for Vanguard or Warzone. Although the system has already banned nearly 150,000 accounts from using cheats, many others remain undiscovered.
Dexerto reported that Kenji, a regular CoD streamer, participated in a 2v2 Search And Destroyed tournament. His opponents began to become suspicious. Kenji was streaming the event with his camera pointed at his monitor in an apparent attempt to prove that he was actually playing the game. Kenji was clearly playing, but that wasn’t what was troubling about his footage.
Something seemed strange when the opposing team of lightly, ImSasukee and ImSasukee, reviewed the footage. It became clear that Kenji was using wallhacks during some matches. This cheat indicates your opponent’s position even though they are hidden behind walls by showing a yellow box. The clip ImSasukee uploaded to Twitter clearly shows the yellow wallhacks outline multiple times on Kenji’s screen.
Cheaters never succeed, as the old saying goes. Checkmate Gaming, which hosted the tournament, reportedly banned Kenji immediately. As if that weren’t enough, Kenji and Grand Canyon University were also banned from the College CoD League. It was not a good day overall.