I’ve seen folks being pulled up for heaps of stuff throughout a aggressive tournament, however brightness settings are a brand new one. Popular content material creator Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney was competing in a Minecraft Twitch Rivals tournament with pals. He was even doing fairly effectively till somebody observed that his screen appeared rather a lot brighter than others. It seems that’s a problem, and his crew had been docked sufficient factors to lose them the tournament.

Twitch Rivals rules for the Minecraft tournament spell out that gamers had to make use of Vanilla Minecraft with no mods or add-ons (thanks, DotEsports). While the crew can’t say if Tfue was utilizing any “illegal mods or texture packs”, they’re assured that “certain views were only obtainable through tweaking settings outside of the in-game client”.

“After review, there is no clear evidence that the accused player was utilising any illegal mods or texture packs,” Caleb ‘WavePunk’ Simmons, who was one of many tournament’s hosts, says. “However, admins were able to reproduce that certain views were only obtainable through tweaking settings outside of the in-game client.”

So why does all this matter? Twitch Rivals’ Minecraft tournament contains several minigames that contain issues like scavenger hunts and basic minion bopping. As you’ll see within the tweet beneath, although, Tfue’s degree of brightness gave him sure benefits in recognizing issues deep into the ocean, for instance.

In the top, Team Tfue had six factors knocked off their whole, which accounts for every spherical they’d the benefit in. That was sufficient to take the competitors away from them, with the winner taking dwelling the highest prize of $12,000. Tfue appears to be taking it in good spirits, a minimum of.

If you’d wish to see some extra Minecraft mods that you simply most likely shouldn’t use in a aggressive setting, you understand the place to click on.