A streamer and cool Call of Duty player named Kenji won an unofficial tournament not long ago with a cash prize. It is not known how spectacular this victory was, but Kenji's opponents suspected that the streamer was using cheats.
Kenji was very offended by the unsubstantiated accusations and rushed to prove that he did not use any cheats. To do this, he pointed the webcam at himself and the monitor screen at a strange angle. The streamer played an exhibition match, which he won. However, when watching the recording of Kenji's broadcast, many people saw something strange - the screen sometimes displays rectangles. Usually this happens when the player uses esp, that is a cheat that allows you to determine the presence of the enemy through the wall.
As a result of the proceedings, Kenji has been blocked from all Checkmate Gaming events, as well as banned from his Twitch channel. At the same time, the players of his team are also suspended from participating in tournaments from CCL until the beginning of 2023. Meanwhile, many users are still wondering why they need this newfangled Ricochet anticheat, if it can't detect simple wallhack at one of the official tournaments.