Two weeks ago, controversy engulfed $10,000 Halo Infinite The tournament is hosted by the Magic Mushroom Clubhouse. Its last series between Pro Series teams Pioneers and BuiltByGamers was tainted by a player who allegedly cheated. Pioneer player Roman “Druk” Nasirudin accusations tweeted that the BBG Minds player has tracked the player through the walls.
Although Minds denies these allegations, a new statement was released from the Magic Mushroom Clubhouse confirmed Minds’ disqualification from the tournament and a ban from participating in any future tournaments until 343 Industries issues a “removal of statements” notice.
While Minds has not received an in-game ban since Halo Infinite343’s anti-cheat system will certainly want to investigate the situation as BBG continues to compete in the HCS NA Pro Series each week. Consistently achieving six top spots with the current roster, questions surround the legitimacy of BBG’s success and swift action is essential if the claims are to come true.
While the evidence is still not specific to the allegation of fraud, community members have found that Minds was previously banned are from Halo: The Master Chief Collection, as well as Hi-Rez Studios games, in now-deleted tweets. While the community awaits a verdict from 343, Minds’ disqualification from the Magic Mushroom Clubhouse tournament means the win and the lion’s $10,000 prize pool now goes to Pioneers.
https://dotesports.com/halo/news/halo-pro-minds-disqualified-from-10000-halo-infinite-tournament-after-cheating-accusations Halo pro Minds kicked out of $10,000 Halo Infinite tournament after cheating allegations