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Another day, another cheating allegation at high levels of competitive Fortnite. Early on the morning of July 31, Fortnite player Zykoma accused his former trio teammate, Bman, of cheating in Daily Cash Cups and the Bugha Cup. Attached to the accusation was a compilation of clips that appeared to show Bman tracking and locating players who should have been invisible to him.

“So yesterday, @BuckteeFN (part of my trio) found that our third member, @bmanFN, was secretly using hacks without our knowledge,” Zykoma wrote in his tweet. “During daily trio cups AND bugha cup. I’m posting this to show how easily these hacks are accessible and can go multiple tournaments undetected.”

In addition to the first compilation of clips, Zykoma tweeted some screenshots of alleged Discord DMs from Bman, appearing to show the latter admitting to cheating during the Daily Cash Cup, at least.

In the conversation, Bman says things like “I messed up in a daily and now I’m getting canceled” and “This isn’t gonna do s**t. Pros hide it perfectly fine.”

Although Bman is alleged to have admitted to cheating privately, he’s maintained his innocence to the public. He even took to Twitch to host a VoD review of a few of his Bugha Cup matches. The stream lasted all of 11 minutes (of a 4-hour tournament) and his Twitch chat was, predictably, very toxic.

During the short stream, Bman seemed to inadvertently confirm the legitimacy of the Discord DMs. When asked to explain the messages, he told his viewers, “I said I regret s**t. I regret s**t all the time. I’ve switched trios so many f***ing times, it’s insane. Like, I just…