Bored Ape Yacht Club has removed the cheat scores in the Dookey Dash game. The game ends on February 8 and the team will confirm the scores.
The Bored Ape Yacht Club has to deal with the cheaters in the Dookey Dash game by taking action against them. The NFT project tweeted about wanting fairness in the NFT-based game after noticing some users cheating. He has since removed the cheater scores from the leaderboard.
The team will soon lock the game leaderboard. Yuga Labs, the team behind Dookey Dash, noted that anyone who has removed a score from the leaderboard can record a legitimate score before it is locked at 3 p.m. PST on February 8th.
Once the score is locked, the team will validate the drain passes. Cheaters cannot replay the game to record a new score. The team encourages the community to make sure everyone plays fair.
Yuga Labs recently released the “Sewer Pass” NFT Collection, which gives access to the Dookey Dash game. On February 15, players will unlock a “mysterious new power source.”
It didn’t take long for the collection to become successful. The Sewer Pass collection surpassed $4 million in volume within hours of its introduction.
Cheats impersonating players
Members of the Crypto community have been discussing the cheating taking place on Dookey Dash. One person famous that an impostor impersonated several players in the top 100 on the leaderboard. All rewards end up in a wallet as a result.
Dookey Dash is a skill-based game where players must collect various shards as they make their way through a maze-like environment. The team calculates the final score based on the number of fragments collected and how far they reach.
Collection of sewer passes is going well
The Sewer Pass Collection is doing very well. The current low is around 2.4 ETH, peaking at almost 3 ETH a few days ago. Total sales were also up 17% last week to 2,251.
Meanwhile, Yuga Labs has settled a trademark lawsuit related to Ryder Ripp’s monkey work. As for the securities lawsuit against Yuga Labs, the deadline for investors to join the case ended on February 7.
Denial of responsibility
BeInCrypto has reached out to a company or individual involved in the story to get an official statement on the recent developments, but has yet to hear back.