Gaming For Honor Raises Controversy In Japan After 15 Year Old Kid Wins Tournament Advertisement Ubiday 2017 is host to a lot of tournaments this year in Japan including Rainbow Six, Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 and For Honor, the game that causes controversy after a 15-year-old kid won the tournament in a game that is rated M. The winner was announced on Twitter by Game Watch. The tweet has been removed but we have a copy of it. The tweet has been translated from Japanese. As of now, we don’t have any further info on this incident. We have contacted Ubisoft for comments and will update you as soon as we get a response. UPDATE: Game Watch has confirmed that they have deleted the tweet due to fact checking. （編集部より）一部ツイートについて、事実確認のため削除いたしました。 — GAME Watch (@game_watch) October 9, 2017 Translation: (From the editorial department) About the removed tweet, it has been deleted and awaiting fact confirmation. Thanks Jin115 Prev postNext post Advertisement Related Topics:For Honorubisoft Up Next Ubisoft’s Skull & Bones Release Date Revealed at Ubiday Don't Miss The Last of Us Part II Hinted To Be Released In 2019 By Composer 2 Comments 2 Comments Pingback: Ubisoft's Skull & Bones Release Date in Japan Revealed at Ubiday Pingback: For Honor Tournament Organizer Issues an Apology Because Of The 15 Year Old Winner Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Advertisement AdvertisementAdvertisement Advertisement Trending Featured2 months ago The Rise and Fall of EA’s Reputation Featured3 months ago Ubisoft announced Year 3 of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Support and Content Featured2 months ago Is Game Development Profitable?