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Twitch Streamer KingGeorge Criticizes Ubisoft: “Rainbow Six Siege Needs A New Anti-Cheat System”

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George Kassa, known as “KingGeorge,” is a 30-year-old American former Rainbow Six Siege player who had played for Continuum in the past. After his retirement, he has become a full-time Twitch streamer.

KingGeorge took his official Twitter account to share a new post and wanted to criticize the way Ubisoft is handling the cheater problems in the game for a long time.

In the post, KingGeorge stated that this game is overrun by cheaters at the high ranks right now and revealed that Battleye anti-cheat software is not working for the game. Afterward, he wanted a great anti-cheat system for the game and showed how a big problem the cheaters are.

Here is what KingGeorge said:

“Battleye is literally terrible. R6 needs a new anticheat, or a huge overhaul of battleye. The ‘Gold Standard in Anticheat’ simply does not work. This game is overrun by cheaters at high ranks right now.”

You can read the tweet below.

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