Video Game Awards Audited, Dominion Systems Involved

The Video Game Awards recently announced "The Last of Us 2" as their winner in many categories. However, after an audit, showed that Dominion Systems were involved, and many votes for games such as Ghosts of Tsushima and Doom Eternal were 'flipped' to favor Neil Druckman's game.

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Dominion Voting systems were not only used to tamper the 2020 US election in favor of Joe Biden, it also was used to inflate votes for Neil Druckman's "The Last of Us 2". Sources say that the votes were routed to servers in Germany and Iran and were 'held' to be monitored and managed remotely before announcing the tallies live. Independent auditors found that 172,000 votes intended for Ghosts of Tsushima, 88,000 from Doom Eternal, and 77,000 from Animal Crossing: New Horizons were flipped to go to TLOU2. The reports shockingly reveal that only 6 votes were organically made to go to TLOU2.

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