Cutting corners in Recent 'RuneScape' Event Wasn't an Inside Career, Dev Will Prize Prize To Next Place Finalist

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RuneScape developer Jagex proved to Glixel it will be awarding the $12, 000 cash winning prize from the Deadman Fall invitational to the event's second place finalist, True Fox. In addition, it maintains the uncontrolled cheating occurring while in the event was not aided in-part by a Jagex employee, as several reports claimed.

The particular tournament was kept without a winner the other day,sell runescape gold, as it was discovered finalist 5PLUS50K12 used any botfarm, seemingly behaving out DDOS episodes against other participants. Given that in order to perform DDOS attack, you require access to an IP address, many in the RuneScape community began to think whether this was an inside job performed in-part by Jagex staff and competition manager Jed Sanderson. But , according to Jagex, this is impossible.

"This accusations is wholeheartedly phony. The individual cited inside the reports helped build the content used through tournament final, and also was a technical agent on the day. He could not have any use of back-end systems during the final, " the particular developer told Glixel. As of right now, is actually still unclear just how 5PLUS50K12 was able to acquire the information necessary to execute DDOS attacks in other players.

5PLUS50K12's behavior resulted in his or her winning being disqualified, leaving Jagex, as news got around, uncertain exactly what regarding the money. It released today it would navigate to the second-place finalist, Accurate Fox, as well as to be able to charities of Jagex's choosing. All in all, the business paid out $20, 000 in reward funds, half to Legitimate Fox and one half to charity.

"We do not tolerate cutting corners of any kind in our games, and hope this solid response will help get the better of others in the future, inches senior product supervisor of Old School RuneScape Mathew Kemp mentioned.


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