Because of the largest Arena of Valor community in the world, the Union of Mobile Sun servers obviously owns the most players in the world. Not only that, the Challenge of our server is also … the most Star in the world. Through behavioral arrangement (ELO buffs) as well as map hacks, many poorly conscious gamers have occupied a series of slots in the Ranking Ranking. But their rankings are inversely proportional to the individual level. Not far behind, the case of the “ELO buff” players, though 6 against 4 still lost, became a joke for the good people (ELO buff group will put 1 person on the opponent’s side for the purpose of destroying the game).
Using a Zip game, Superman breaks the game of the Vietnam Challenges that has caused a lot of anger in the community.
Most recently, the case of a group of Vietnamese gamers who like to “study abroad” (playing Lien Quan Mobile foreign version) but having “dirty games” has made the AoV community in Indonesia extremely angry. Specifically, this nick is said to be managed by Vietnamese gamers but there is an obvious map hacking behavior. It seems that it is an advantage to help climb the Rank smoothly but not at all, the Indonesian gamers are the winner. Immediately after the match, the player “won the hack” immediately shared the incident to the AoV Indonesia community.
Indonesian gamers shared that winning against hacked map objects is suspected to be from Vietnam.
Indeed, if the map hacking situation is not prevented by AoV developers by “banning” the equipment, genuine players will be increasingly frustrated. Remember, a hacked map user is considered to have won 80% when they know all of the opponent’s moves to defend and steal resources. The case of hacked maps but cheating losers is not much.
The object of playing D’Arcy is accused of publicly hacking the map but still losing it.
Nick is said to be managed by Vietnamese gamers, having hacked the map in Rank.
Through Vietnamese gamers deliberately hacking maps at foreign AoV servers, the image of Lien Viet Mobile VN in general will be extremely bad. In the eyes of international friends, the ELO buff in the Vietnam Challenging Rank has become normal. Now, when the “hack map” wave is tried and applied by Vietnamese gamers in AoV versions outside Vietnam, the true gamers will be disadvantaged.
Whether Garena, Tencent and other IPs can ban IP Vietnam or not can depend on the way Vietnamese gamers experience the game.