A latest Road Fighter 6 European match noticed fairly the blunder because the occasion’s host, who was streaming the competitors from their PC, by accident left a nude mod for Chun-Li on throughout a match.
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Issues had been off to a standard begin throughout a July 31 tourney hosted by the Twitch channel Corner2Corner, as gamers pulled as much as the weekly competitors collection.
Sadly, in the seventh of 96 matches for the day, issues went awry. Between rivals Lensta’s Kimberly and Packz’s Chun-Li, the battle kicked off with the latter within the full nude. Even the commentators couldn’t work out tips on how to tackle what one known as the “attention-grabbing Chun-Li costume” as they nervously chuckled. In line with a tweet from self-proclaimed “drama YouTuber” Nicholas DeOrio, the match host forgot to show their bare mod off. Ultimately, the gamers exited the match, the organizers restarted the sport to take away the mod, and everybody resumed the match. Packz was taken out by Lensta, who was, in flip, defeated within the second spherical. Packz, for his half, continued displaying off their expertise within the losers’ bracket earlier than getting eradicated within the fourth spherical. Lensta was summarily eradicated within the losers’ bracket’s fourth spherical, as effectively, with Guile participant and Kick streamer imstilldadaddy successful the match.
Corner2Corner, the occasion’s organizers, commented the state of affairs on August 1 saying, the nude mod was “by accident left on for a couple of seconds,” calling it a mistake that can by no means occur once more.
“Corner2Corner want to tackle a latest mistake made on stream through which a graphical mod was by accident left on for a couple of seconds in our latest match,” the group tweeted. “Some information tales have incorrectly blamed one of many gamers—that is NOT the case, it was our hosts PC streaming the match and his accountability.”
The group additionally requested people to not blame the gamers who competed within the match.
“Any negativity in direction of any gamers because of this real mistake is unacceptable and that’s the reason we’re making this assertion,” Corner2Corner tweeted. “The mod is now eliminated—nothing like this may ever occur once more.”
In the meantime, Packz additionally addressed the state of affairs on Twitter.
Kotaku reached out to Corner2Corner and Packz for remark.