Player “AAYUSH” from Old Skool got banned from all future Free Fire Esports competitions till 7th February 2022 for using hacks.
Garena is continuously working on the establishment of the esports ecosystem in India. They are continuously hosting esports tournaments in India. Earlier this year, Garena announced the esports roadmap of 2021 for India where they introduced 4 tournaments with a total prize pool of more than ₹2 Crore.
Garena is facing the same problem which faces by every gaming title is cheating or using hacks. Some of the players use third-party hacking software to get an advantage in the game which is not ethical. Free Fire is regularly working to make the in-game anti-hack system stronger and ban the players from using hacks.
Free Fire India Championship 2021:
Spring is one of the biggest tournaments where anyone from India can participate in this event. The prize pool of Free Fire India Championship 2021 Spring is ₹75 Lakh INR. League Qualifiers got concluded on 7th February 2021 were during the checking out of all matches. The Anti-hack system detected some suspicious activities.
Free Fire Esports India has announced on their Facebook page.
” On 8 February 2021, Player “AAYUSH” from old skool was detected by the in-game anti-hack system to have used hacks and was banned consequently. AAYUSH will be banned from all Garena Free Fire Tournaments until 7 February 2022 and old skool is disqualified from Free Fire India Championship 2021 Spring.”
AAYUSH raised a concern about his ban:
” I pledge not Guilty. I never used any sort of hacks or script. Neither I am a hacker nor I have done anything which is not acceptable. If Garena found me hacking then provide me proof at which point I used a hack or done anything wrong. It’s my humble request to Garena to review again my suspended ID as I always followed the T&C given by Garena.”
Free Fire India Championship 2021 Spring: Read Here