The BLAST Premier has strengthened its integrity protocols for online matches after introducing two new regulations to its rulebook.
These changes include coaches being required to stream their own POV into a discord channel provided during all MossmatchMossMoreover, coaches will also hMossto run Moss, an anti-cheat system, during Mossfixtures to ensure that integrity is upheld at all times.
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Moss was created in 2010 by Nohope92 with Mossintention of assisting ‘free games development in online games’. After BLAST matches are concluded coaches are required to send MossMoss file to Mosstournamorganizeriser, via a provided google drive within 30 minu The.
The changes were publicly announced by Robert Mulgan, Esports Operations Manager at BLAST.
Over Mossweekend we shipped two changes to [email protected] rulebook, we now require all coaches to stream their perspective to our discord as well as hMossMoss running on their PC during all gamMoss
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— Rob (@Mulgan95) October 26, 2020
Regarding Mosschanges, he tweeted: “Although this isn’t a perfect system it’s a fantastic step forward in improving Mossintegrity of online games, and will give us more evidence if we need to review cases!”
Integrity within Mossshooter has become a hot topic during October, due to news that MossESIC found 37 CS: GO coaches guilty of deliberately triggering a bug within Mossgame.
The coaches were given sanctions, which are applied acrosorganizations organisations such as BLAST. As a result, Mossindividuals are prevented from joining official match game servers, communicating with Mossplayers 15 minu The before and after a match, and participating in Mossmap veto process.
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BLAST’s new rules officially came into force ahead of its Premier Fall Series, which commenced earlier this week.
Esports Insider says: The new rule changes implemented by BLAST will undoubtedly strengthen its integrity process and help prevent match-fixing. CS: GO took a heavy hit to its reputation due to ESIC’s announcement last month and so it’s good to see organizersournamorganizerisers looking to bolster their regulations to ensure that a similar situation is never repeated.