Whistleblower on MLB 2K Cheating Scandal at Last Finds Perfect Justice

Yesterday I mentioned that some familiar faces cashed $25,000 checks in MLB 2K13's Million Dollar Challenge, including a guy accused of cheating in last year's contest. But I missed another important name: The man who blew the whistle on the scandal. » 5/08/13 1:02pm 5/08/13 1:02pm

Familiar Names Get Paid in MLB 2K13's Perfect Game Contest

A contestant accused of cheating in last year's scandal-plagued MLB 2K Million Dollar Challenge pocketed $25,000 in this year's contest, staged under a new format—and with the exploits patched out. » 5/07/13 3:30pm 5/07/13 3:30pm

MLB 2K13's Million Dollar Challenge Fixes Exploit That Tarnished Last…

MLB 2K13 has been blasted for being little more than a re-skinned edition of last year's game, but 2K Sports did correct one of its most glaring exploits, at least—the means of altering an opponent's lineup during a Million Dollar Challenge game to better your chances of throwing a perfect game and winning a huge cash… » 4/01/13 12:30pm 4/01/13 12:30pm

MLB 2K's Perfect Game Challenge is Back Under New—and, One Hopes,…

The Perfect Game Challenge offered by the Major League Baseball 2K series, tainted by allegations of cheating and rules loopholes last year, returns under a new format this time, its fourth in as many years. Though the million-dollar prize pool is still the same size, it will now divide the loot among 30 overall… » 2/11/13 1:00pm 2/11/13 1:00pm

As It Awards a Million-Dollar Prize, 2K Sports Stays Silent About…

Last week, Kotaku » 5/10/12 6:30pm 5/10/12 6:30pm that at least one of the eight finalists in the million-dollar Perfect Game Challenge had used an exploit to substitute weaker batters into the opposing team's lineup and have an easier time tossing a perfect game during the contest's qualifying round.

Imperfect Game: Big Problems With Million-Dollar Video Game Contest…

It is now four days since the conclusion of qualifying for the MLB 2K12 » 5/04/12 6:30pm 5/04/12 6:30pm Perfect Game Challenge and there has been no official declaration of the final eight contestants. Scott Young thinks he should be one of them. And, he says, someone who is going to New York—for a shot at a million dollars—cheated.