The most prestigious tournament of the FGC world is approaching. Before EVO, which is expected to appear with a hybrid event after a long “digital” break, a serious ban wave came from Tekken 7, one of the important games. 400 accounts, including high-level players, were banned.
The producer of the game, Michael Murray, stated that the necessary steps were taken as of August 3. Some players who violated the game’s EULA also had to bid farewell to their Tekken 7 accounts along with these 400 people. Murray explained the details of this ban wave with his tweet.
According to the producer’s statements, a specific group of players was affected by this ban wave. For example, if you find that you are playing matches with a player frequently and the duration of these matches is observed to be short, you will be included in the ban wave. Murray states that many top players use this tactic.
We will see the impact of this ban wave on the EVO world. . .