As we all know, in addition to modes such as normal battle, ranked, Teamfight Tactics also has other game modes such as Crazy Dice and Perfect Couple. These are game modes that help players have a new and more interesting experience when playing the Teamfight Tactics when they have very special rules.
And to encourage gamers to participate in Perfect Couple mode, Riot has planned a tournament called Hextech Havoc. Basically, the players who are in the top Challengers in each region will be able to choose their teammates and participate in the Riot Games tournament. In total, there will be 16 teams (32 players) competing in 2 days to find the Most Perfect Couple in Teamfight Tactics.
Riot plans to organize a tournament for Perfect Couple mode in the near future
It wouldn’t be worth mentioning if many gamers from all over the world tried to “dirty buff” elo to climb to the top 1 Challenger (aka Perfect Tier) as quickly as possible. Even according to a veteran player named Peeba, he pointed out that all 4 of the top Challenger players on the North American server cheat by “dirty buff” elo. In a match where Peeba duo with another player (2 top 5 and top 6 Challengers), he “caught” the above players to cheat.
Peeba has denounced a series of top Challenger players in Perfect Couple mode of cheating
As we have seen, 2 players Peeba and Reddi duo together have elo over 5000, however the top 1 player (named Jackeylovee) duo with one person with only elo 1000
According to the guy Peeba shared, if two gamers have too different elo duo with each other in Perfect Couple mode, they will get easier lobby with average elo. Moreover, the number of points received when winning by this “dirty buff” is also 20 units more than other normal climbing gamers. As a result, “dirty buff” players can climb to the top of Challenger very easily.
Peeba accused all 4 players ranked above him abusing “dirty buffs” to climb rank
It is worth mentioning here that this problem is not only present on the North American server and it is also abused on other servers, including Korea. However, when the above cheating behavior was discovered, many “dirty buffs” did not stop because all other opponents did. This makes the Teamfight Tactics gaming community worry about the upcoming Perfect Couple tournament.
Fortunately, Riot Games has received feedback from the community and is investigating these frauds. There is a high possibility that the accounts with the “dirty buff” move will be stripped of the right to participate in the Riot Games Perfect Couple tournament.