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For Honor

Controversy as For Honor tournament won by 15-year-old

The game is rating Cero Z in Japan, meaning for over 18s.

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It's no secret that Ubisoft's For Honor has had problems when it comes to esports, as earlier this year a tournament was tainted by bug exploits, and now another competition for the game at the Ubiday event in Japan has caused some more controversy, as it was won by a 15-year-old boy.

Game Watch announced the winner on Twitter, and while this post eventually got deleted, this was saved by Beyond-Gaming, who also reported that the tweet was deleted, according to Game Watch, due to checking facts.

Another translation from jin115 shows the winner was Eidemusushi, who is three years younger than the Cero Z rating in Japan for the game. No more details have emerged as of yet, but it's easy to see why questions have been asked. Do you think it's a problem?

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