ShivGTK, a Call of Duty streamer, went viral on Twitter this weekend (but not for the right reasons). According to sources, ShivGTK was caught using hacks in a Search and Destroy tournament in Call of Duty Vanguard. The tournament, with over $7,000 on the line, was in shock when the relatively unknown team featuring ShivGTK defeated OpTic 3-2. It was later discovered that the streamer was in fact using (at least) "wall hacks", through images of their monitor during the stream.
It is times like these that we highlight the importance of anti-cheat softwares and entities in the eSports space. Accountability is incredibly important, which is why Ultimate Tournament is more than happy to be an official partner with The Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC), as ensuring the integrity of our product and our matches is our number one priority.