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Korean Player Accused of Hacking Cleared by Blizzard!

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Have you ever been so good you were accused of cheating? It just happened to the fantastic player from Team Artisan, Geguri.

So, how did all of this start? Geguri is a 17 year old player from Korea that mains Zarya. She is one of the highest ranked Zarya players in the world, with her K/D ratio resting at 6.32:1 at the time of writing this. Her win percentage is at 80.1%, spanning across 423 games. As I'm sure you can tell, she's incredible at playing and so it comes as no surprise that she made the choice to go pro.

She joined up with Team Artisan and went on to compete at the Nexus Cup; after a shockingly good performance, her team went on to win the qualifiers and beat out much larger Korean teams. The enemy team demanded that Geguri was to be reported to Blizzard for cheating after seeing her play. Two players from the enemy team, ETLA and Strobe, were confident enough in their suspicions that they both said they would quit the scene if she wasn't hacking.

The "suspect" clips can be seen in the video below:

After a few days of investigation, Blizzard Korea came forward and stated that Geguri was indeed, not hacking. If you check out the video below, you can see her coming onto the stage and playing, with a video of her mouse movements. 

While watching her play, you can see her constantly pressuring key points of the map and control points with her right-click. Her map awareness just seems astoundingly good. In regards to her jerky movements, if you watch her mouse-hand, she is using a tiny space for the mouse. This means she is constantly raising the mouse as she turns and aims. 

Since the footage and verdict was released, the two players that claimed they would quit have supposedly now done so. The teammates of Geguri, including their Genji main Akaros, have now come out in support of the young player. If you want to follow her and show some support (keep in mind it's in Korean), her Twitter is here

So, what do you think? 

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She's really good, but it's not really obvious to me what the other players could be complaining about.

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4 minutes ago, Damien said:

She's really good, but it's not really obvious to me what the other players could be complaining about.

The first clip, I have no idea. She is aiming where the explosion would push her, I guess? That's just simple prediction.

In the second clip, it's to do with how well she flicks and targets, but I would attribute this to skill, precision and the fact that she continuously lifts her mouse. 

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So what kind of Hack are they complaining about? I mean there are a lot of different hacks for any game. 

Are they talking about Aimbot? where the hack locks on target and shoots?

She's very good, no doubt, but I just can't figure out what those red pointers in the first clip are trying to say :D 

Korean players are like this, Faker in League of Legends is just unreal, he dodges some spells that only scripts can do it, this clip he Flashes out of Cassiopeia's Ult, anyone who played LoL knows that's impossible for Humans :D

 

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25 minutes ago, mnime said:

So what kind of Hack are they complaining about? I mean there are a lot of different hacks for any game. 

Are they talking about Aimbot? where the hack locks on target and shoots?

She's very good, no doubt, but I just can't figure out what those red pointers in the first clip are trying to say :D 

Korean players are like this, Faker in League of Legends is just unreal, he dodges some spells that only scripts can do it, this clip he Flashes out of Cassiopeia's Ult, anyone who played LoL knows that's impossible for Humans :D

 

I believe it was that she was either wallhacking or using some form of aimbot. 

Yeah, Faker is another example of someone that is simply a godly player :P

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