Since then I have been getting much more disrespect about my mods.
Before I went into competitive I was planning on keeping my mods a secret. However the first competitive player I ever met was like "Hold on let me adjust my rapid fire" Like 1 minute into my competitive career. So I asked him if mods were okay in the community and if they were allowed and if a lot of people had them. He said yea they are allowed and said even our captain had them(He doesn't use them). So I was like damn that makes sense that mods are very common so I admitted to using them because I thought it was the usual. HOWEVER IT WAS EXTREME COINCIDENCE THE FIRST PLAYER I EVER PLAYED WITH MENTIONED HE HAD MODS ALMOST IMMEDIATELY AND SAID TONS OF PEOPLE HAVE THEM WHEN THEY DON'T. Given this, it's safe to say if this extremely unlikey scenerio didn't happen, you all would not know that I had mods. Knowing this, we can assume every other modder did not get told mods are okay and common and kept them a secret. So it is very likely several players we know just don't say anything about their mods.
I learned those few weeks ago that mods are not allowed in tournament, unless this rule is changed PirateBootyLord is going to disappear into the night and re-make my identity so that way nobody knows I have mods for battlefront 2. I won't speak to anyone whom I know will recognize my voice on my new account.
Mods should be allowed because there is no way to regulate it. The only reason it become an issue is because I admitted to using them. It's stupid to have a rule when the only way to enforce it is when somebody admits to breaking it.
Also, I don't feel like I am cheating using them either. For one, I know there are some other players who use mods and don't say anything. And second we all know many players who use key board and mouse. KBM probably provides a bigger advantage then my mods do. I will not use a normal ps4 controller just so I can get out aimed by someone with a mouse which is basically an aimbot.
Anybody who doesn't think that aimbots provide THAT much of an aiming advantage, watch this video, then show me any video where someone is using a controller and aims as good as this
So battlefront competitive you have a choice, will you allow mods besides aimbots? Or would you rather me make a new account and use mods anyways? The truth is you cant enforce any kind of anti modding rule, unless a dumbass like me admits to it.