Goal is to win a Battle Royale with the MOST KILLS ONLY USING THE SHOTGUN.
A kill attained by any other means does not count toward the total kill count. No exceptions.
Complete recording of video performance is REQUIRED as part of evidence submission.
This game is a MMO which means it is client/server based. Therefore a PC boot up or program launch sequence is not required as part of video evidence as it is not possible for the client side player to alter the remote company game server that is being logged into.
Use of a "cheat" program that might be loaded to gain player advantage on the client side which tries to present the client player with more visual information than they would normally receive from the game, or alter client side transmission data to the server for more favorable results is BANNED AND ANY SUBMITTER FOUND TO BE DOING THIS TYPE OF ACTIVITY WILL BE BANNED!
Use of an "ESP" program that allows the client player to "see" the locations of other players, when they should not be able to.
Use of an "Auto-Aim" program that automatically detects opponents critical areas and guarantees that every bullet fired hits those targets.
Use of a "clipping" program that allows a player to move through walls or teleport themselves across the map instantaneously where it should not be possible.
These kinds of cheat enhancements are easily seen and detected by watching a video performance. They are in fact, quite obvious.
Finally, for H1Z1, a Battle Royale game officially starts when the parachute sequence begins.
This is a RE-SUBMISSION of my original 20-kill submission. Kill #11 is a kill by vehicle, and therefore it doesn't count toward the track's total.
For the record, I never considered kill by vehicle a kill. That's how I voted on other submissions. There's been others that consider it a kill. I'm willing to give this submission more attention but I want to be clear on that before I dive in.