Mathew ‘Mizkif’ Rinaudo’s twitch game show ‘Schooled’ has aired its latest episode. The creator and host declared “I’m done” after the season 2 finale was rocked by yet another cheating controversy.
Throughout its life, Schooled has faced cheating controversies. The trivia-based game show, in which contestants answer questions at home for a cash prize, was the perfect combination of opportunity and reward for would-be scammers.
Since its inception, Mizkif was open about the scam that was allowed to perform during the run of the show. This has caused viewers to be overly sensitive to potential cheating bugs.
On the April 26 episode, another scandal shook Schooled to its foundations, with $50,000 winner smash caster “EEvisu” severely doubting the veracity of his win.
When asked “Who wrote the articles of association” EEvisu turned to the rules of the game to avoid accusations of fraud by looking up the answer on his computer.
Looking down, there is a reflection in his glasses, Viewers quickly accused EEVisu of wrongdoing. “I turned on his stream for the last question and it was even more obvious than that [the original] Clip of him looking at a screen and then writing down the answer,” said one fan.
Other users have connected to one picture similar to the one above which says “Here is an enlarged image with correct color, you can see his thumb on the phone and you can tell that this is not his clipboard but two objects.”
Throwing even greater doubt into the mix is that EEvisu has Fraud openly admitted before, albeit on a different platform. “When he gave me his deck and shuffled mine, I slipped two cards out of his deck.”
Mizkif was pretty smitten by the cheating controversy. Despite initially claiming “EEvisu won, fair and honest,” he also seemed to explain the ending of “Schooled” as a game show by saying, “I’m done. I’m over it” and “I just can’t anymore.”
Not everyone is mad at the existence of cheating, with fellow Twitch streamers and Schooled contestants Christopher Yee to say, “Whether the integrity was there or not doesn’t matter. It drew big numbers and I still think it was really good content.”
This suggests that perhaps as long as it’s entertaining, there’s no pressure that the show needs to be lifelike.
https://www.dexerto.com/entertainment/mizkif-cancels-50k-twitch-quiz-show-after-another-cheating-scandal-1811727/ Mizkif Cancels $50,000 Twitch Quiz Show After Another Cheating Scandal: ‘I’m Done’