Yet another National Free Fire Association (NFA) ban list, and yet another widespread confusion on social media. In one go, famous teams like “NOISE”, “Faz o P” and “Los Grandes” had banned players for using modifications on their computers.
For those who don't know, the NFA Cup is an essentially online event that from 2020 allows the use of emulators to play Free Fire. Yes, an official championship where emulators are used to compete. “Would you fuck up? Certainly!" 🙄
The NFA issued a statement and explained that the penalties fall under Article 7.1 of the NFA Cup rulebook. The organization of the event emphasizes that it is mandatory to use the BlackBox program, used to find cheats (cheats) and hacks on the computer.
See the list of banned players from the NFA:
- Fabricio “FBE”
- Daniel “PD22”
- Anthony “BlackN444”
- Yuri "bigzao"
- Wallace “Oakley”
- Gilson “GS”
- Jordan “Jordan XP”
- Paulo Winicius “BlackVx5”
- Jonathan “Rekkon”
- Jean “Moreno333”
- Kevin “DEV1CE11”
- Fig “Higor3”
- André Felipe “DABALA”
- Elysson “Buck7”
- Wesley “GHOSTZADA”
It is worth remembering that the ban list is for the NFA championship only, not the game itself.
BAN REASON: REGEDIT?
According to the specialized website Free Fire Mania, the ban is because of the use of registry modifications in Windows. Change that received the popular name of “Regedit”, we already talked about it in this article.
CEO of NOISE speaks out
Bruno “PlayHard”, owner of the NOISE team, spoke about the case. According to him, it was decided that the team will not participate in events that use BlackBox. According to Bruno, there is a lack of “visibility” in the verification process.
“After reviewing this recent accusation, we have decided to no longer compete in upcoming NFAs and other tournaments with BlackBox. The process used lacks a lot of visibility, and what we received was not enough for us to doubt Jordan, who denied everything.”
“Jordan has always been one of the best in the game, with and without blackbox, it would be the least idiotic for him to purposely wear something in a big league. This doesn't mean that NOISE is over, on the contrary, we will have more time to give the fans what they really want to see. News soon".
Check out the Twitter treat below.
After reviewing this recent accusation, we've decided to no longer compete in upcoming NFAs and other blackbox tournaments. There is a lack of visibility in the process used and what we received was not enough for us to doubt Jordan, who denied everything
— LOUD Bruno PH (@brunoplayhard) November 11, 2020
Makes P withdraw from the NFA
The “Faz o P” team also spoke on Instagram. The team decided to withdraw from the event.
See the statement in full.
Reports and evidence of such facts were requested, in order to take corrective actions and/or retrain the players involved until then. To date, we have not received any files proving the irregularities.
Because of this, Faz o P decided not to participate in championships organized by the NFA and/or tournaments that use BlackBox as an AntiCheater.
Faz o P values the integrity of players in the face of participating championships and reinforces that Free Fire is something of great importance both for the community and for our players, as well as many who seek to make their dream come true, the use of cheating puts all this in check.”
– It is not the first time that BlackBox generates controversy
This is not the first time that the BlackBox “Anti-Cheater” program has generated controversy. The anti-hack that is used in many championships has already caught another LOUD player, Arthur Fernandes, Thurzin, was caught by the anti-cheat in May.