People still haven't asked him about how he did it.
Because HackShield is pretty strict, it won't let you run any program that is able to inspect or write to the memory of a process, and if you modify the game's code it will kick you out on its first periodic check.
It could also be a bug in the hell mode raids that his timer messed up, and he actually did it, but in more than an hour. There is a similar rare bug when you complete a dungeon it won't show the battle cleared window, and you are stuck with the forfeit button.
Its a secret for a reason because people want to know how to clear the raid.
Nowadays video games are considered mainstream now, you don't get called out for playing video games because its the norm, everybody plays video games. Thus it is now a mainstream money making industry rather than something people trying to make something great.
As for the E-sports, as a League of Legend player myself, I do agree that they have taken "e-sports" too seriously. Whenever I see the "esports" trailer trying to show off the pro players as if they're some great NBA player, i giggle a bit inside to how much seriously they take it. I believe its jut the game dev, Riot Games, trying to be the next big thing and trying to look important and that they are something greater, but they fall flat on their face when they keep changing the game every few months to stop the player base from dropping. Basketball and baseball are beloved sports that are old yet still watched and played today because it never changes. The rules 50 years ago and how its played 50 years ago is still the same today. League of legends, one season (one year) is just different from the next and they will never be a "sport" if they designers are desperate to be creative since they are in control of the most played game on earth, and they get egoistical with their changes and their personality. Just recent events showing one of the lead designers blowing off the player base off on twitter about how he's right on everything and the player base don't know what they're talking about. It just shows how self centered they are and its an issue that that plagues the game right now of how self centered E-sports is trying to be, that its something great and awesome and is the future but its not really a real sport like you said. Its a fake sport trying to be a real one.
You speak to me right with my issues with most games. The gameplay doesn't intertwine with the story. I really hate it when they do that, and they're making the story up as they go and treat people as if they don't enjoy good stories in Video games and that we don't care but we do. There has to be a reason to why our characters or we ourselves to video games, when we're invested in the story, we're more invested in the game and in term have a better enjoyment of it
I think the writers just seperated Time and Space instead of it being interlinked like the real world. Time "stopped" but space still continues to "move on". The story is based on Irish mythology and it is all over the place.