2K denies exploit in $1 million Perfect Game promotion

By Brenna Hillier, Tuesday, 8 May 2012 01:24 GMT

Kotaku has turned up what is believed to be exploit allowing players to favour the odds of pitching a perfect game in Major League Baseball 2K12. This wouldn’t be much news if not for 2K Sports’ annual Perfect Game competition, which this year offered $1 million to the player with the most impressive perfect game during April. The publisher has denied any problems with the competition, although Kotaku has records which purportedly show players conspiring to use the exploit. Hit the link above to read the whole sorry story.

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