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Players of Dota 2 Respond to Claims of Knights' Vision Hack

By Naman Alok | Jan 16, 2023 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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In response to the recent Dota 2 cheating scandal involving the newly formed Chinese team Knights, a number of Dota 2 personalities and players have voiced their opinions and statements. Knights recently got into some hot water after the team was accused of using vision hacks during its first three matches in Division I of the China Dota Pro Circuit (CN DPC) 2023: Winter Tour. Despite the fact that the tournament’s organisers, Perfect World, had previously gathered and provided evidence to Valve for additional investigations, Knights are still taking part in the CN DPC as they await the conclusion of the inquiry. Players of Dota 2 Respond to Claims of Knights’ Vision Hack

The squad is being falsely implicated, according to Somnus’ & fy, but Sneyking disagrees

Numerous Dota 2 players and personalities have voiced their opinions on social media in response to the revelation that Knights were accused of using vision hacks during official matches in the CN DPC. The news was recently discussed by former Royal Never Give Up (RNG) midlaner Lu “Somnus” Yao on his Livestream, according to Chinese Dota 2 news aggregator @Tr1H4rd3rDota2. Even while he admitted that he had no prior experience with hackers, he said that he finds it hard to imagine that his former teammate Chong “FelixCiaoBa” Wei Lun is somehow connected to the scandal because, in his opinion, utilising hacks during a competitive match is absurd.

During a recent Livestream, Xu “fy” Linsen of Vici Gaming offered their own opinions on the situation, stating that he doesn’t think the team, notably FelixCiaoBa, would stoop to cheating in an official match. Furthermore, he added that if they were found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, it would be a slight to other participants in the area.

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Wu “Sneyking” Jingjun, the captain of Tundra Esports and the winner of The International 2022 (TI11), is one player who differs from the other two players in his or her viewpoints. Sneyking tweeted that he felt the film’s evidence “seems fairly damning” after watching a Chinese video describing the claims of cheating against Knights. Even though Knights are being investigated as a result of the scandal, the team is still qualified to compete in the CN DPC awaiting the outcome of Valve’s investigation, since they are scheduled to take on Xtreme Gaming on January 15.

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