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KingGeorge Slams Ubisoft: “Invest In Your Anti-Cheat!”



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George “KingGeorge” Kassa is a 30-year-old American former Rainbow Six Siege player who is one of the first winners of Six Invitational with Continuum roster. After his retirement, he has become a full-time streamer on Twitch.

Yesterday, Ubisoft re-introduced the quarantine skins for Rainbow Six Siege while the new game, Rainbow Six Extraction, is on its way. However, most of the players didn’t like the idea, and  KingGeorge was one of them.

KingGeorge wanted to take attention to the biggest problem of the game and pointed out that Ubisoft should have been taking care of cheaters instead of releasing skins or new designs for Rainbow Six Siege.

As you might already know, almost every professional player does not play Rainbow Six Siege because of lots of problems over years. But the biggest one is facing the same cheaters every day, which is understandably demotivating.

According to KingGeorge, it is not important to see million-dollar skins, brining back the black ice skins, or more. Instead for wasting their time and money for these cosmetics, Ubisoft should invest in their anti-cheat system.

KingGeorge wrote:

“Ubisoft can make a 1 million dollar skin idc. Bring black glacier and black ice idc. Just please use some of the money to fight cheating, ranked is currently a joke. Invest In Your Anti-Cheat!

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