On July 24, the mysterious Twitter account @nicekeybinds . posted Comprehensive Google Doc Accuses MarsArxa, a member of All Women brave Esports team Fallacy and her boyfriend Nate “Pine” Lopez of cheating. The incident took place during a tournament organized by Gallorants, a community space for female players and non-duos league of legends Developer Riot Games Team-based hero shooter. Both players have been quiet since the allegations surfaced (López did not respond KotakuMarch asked for comment in time for publication, and put its Twitter on private), and Galorants has yet to address the issue, spending the weekend instead putting out the fires they’ve created. Mysterious clash star tournament rules And the Unsportsmanlike behavior It has nothing to do with these allegations.
nicekeybinds has also been silent since dropping the detailed document, which he compiled after he saw the book Winner stream clip Posted in March and her reaction was deemed disproportionately low.
“We don’t know what kind of people say Nothing at all After winning 1v5 against a highly respected signed team,” says the document.
Then, in custom detail, she points out every discrepancy between gameplay, typical Martian and Lopez settings, found by comparing broadcasts posted on their Twitter accounts. It includes different keybindings and mini maps of different sizes and frame rates. The document also notes that Lopez played a ranked game with four members of Team Fallacy the day before the tournament.
“Mars is missing from this game, so maybe this list can practice together without it,” the document says.
The tournament in which Mars allegedly cheated was a “last chance” qualifier for four teams to win an all-expenses-paid trip to the Astral Clash Finals in Southern California on August 6. make it inbut their qualification really depends on whether Lopez plays for Mars or not, an e-sports personality Jake Lucky says Riot Games is looking into.
The Fallacy team was in another predicament earlier this summer, when screenshots surfaced of players encouraging a specific male player to “Don’t do any binary changeIn order to compete with them. Mars got involved in the controversy as well, writing on Discord that her team was “just trying to compete peacefully.”
Aside from the previous controversy, this new document on Mars is remarkably detailed considering it was written about a relatively unknown Valorant player with 136 Twitch followers and a modest winnings in competition of $300. But I think some people really want to go to California.
Update 07/27/2022 3:40 PM ET: Oops, the type descriptor error has been fixed.