As there are many players who want to play the game of Valorant if you are also like the game-play of Valorant. Then surely you would like this post which was about the Ninja Time In and having a drama with the BBG. The users have spent their time on this game hence this has become a famous game among the players. Ninja’s Time In vs. BBG
A couple of hours ago, the Knights Before Christmas Valorant event suddenly saw a mess in its hands when Tyler “Ninja” Blevins and his team.
Time In accused BBG of using cheats against them. By the end of the set, he had 312 ACS (Average Combat Score), 48 kills.
And an average Damage per Round of 171.8. Ninja and Time In were quite suspicious of his performance and even brought into question some of his Sova clips. Now, the player in question was Tristan “Critical” Trinacty.
Who had an incredible showing in the 2-0 victory against Time In. In those clips, Critical seemed to be tracking the position of his opponents and hitting Sova’s ultimate with pitch-perfect accuracy. The accusations and the clips alone were apparently enough for the Knights before Christmas Valorant event moderators to disqualify BBG.
James O’ Connor, the president of Knights Nation, stated in a tweet reply to Slasher that:
In reply, Rob “rob-wiz” Kennedy of BBG put up a TwitLonger in support of Critical.
And stated that Riot had already cleared him of all his past allegations. Moreover, for the Knights Before Christmas Valorant event.
There was a request sent to Riot to review the Vanguard info for the match.
However, Riot’s staff have all been on a Christmas break, so the game could not be reviewed.
And as a result, Built By Gamers were eliminated from the tournament.