Dot Overlay, is it Allowed?

Is Using Dot Overlay Acceptable?

  • Yes

    Votes: 4 80.0%
  • no

    Votes: 1 20.0%

  • Total voters
    5
Jan 12, 2019
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Richland, Washington
lamp.kickasscs.com
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divine1gore
#1
I noticed that Celsius uses a green dot overlay when he posted the video to get Walking Hurtle banned. Is this acceptable then? I'm not sure because nobody has brought it up before and I wasn't aware people were even using them for this game. I didn't even know of their existence until recently while watching a video talking about tricks in goldeneye speedrunning i.e. a game where you didn't have a fixed crosshair on screen -- so ppl would put stuff on their monitor to mark it. I forsee the main advantage to having a dot overlay being in long range br battles where aim assist is weak on controller and you could use a focus point that isn't marked when you only have a blue reticle for example.
 
Jan 14, 2019
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Gamertag
Yuri Bacon
#2
Honestly don't see why not. There is nothing stopping you from putting playdough on your screen a la Goldeneye speedrunning or using some stupidly complicated hardware setup that injects a dot on the center of the screen after your computer sent the signal from its HDMI (or w/e port you're using) and before your monitor getting it.
 
Oct 26, 2018
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#4
NO YOU WILL BE BANNED





lol jk i don't see any unfair advantages. It's essentially the same as changing the size in game so have at it man
 
Mar 22, 2013
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XHN SCRAPY
#8
It's apparently used because the standard stock reticles become invisible and blend in at times during the match. Plus it's shiny and a green dot.