Before we start, i would like to write a few words about myself. I am a 19 years old Counter-Strike enthusiast and player. I played Counter-Strike 1.6 for 5,6 years before CS:GO came out, and started playing CS:GO in 2013 due to many players from "balkan" area sticking with 1.6, refusing to let the game die. I have over 4000 hours in this game which i spent mostly playing PUGS, deathmatch and watching demos. (actually watching demos, not saying it to make myself look "better"). I do ocasinally play some online cups/leagues but still never had a serious team, even though i had couple of "offers" to "proove" myself (just wasn't interested in tryharding then). This is my steam account, i am providing this information because people who talk about this subject (people who defend pros), mostly hide their info due to having a very small ammount of hours spent playing the game: http://steamcommunity.com/id/bckocro/
CHEATING - BASICS
Cheating is present in basicly every single sport/game/competition. Some people like to pretend that cheating is impossible on highest level but then i always like to remind them of Lance Armstrong who was a professional road racing cyclist who had won "Tour de France" seven consecutive times from 1999 to 2005, before he was banned as a result of long-term doping. Only a fool would believe people wouldn't keep trying to "cheat their way to the top" in CS:GO.
CHEATING IN CSGO
Before we start talking about CS:GO, i would like to remind you that cheating WAS present on PRO level on previous versions of Counter-Strike, here we have an HLTV article with "Top 10 players caught cheating", both online and on LAN, even though there were many more: http://www.hltv.org/news/4408-top-10-players-caught-cheating
Now we come to the current problem - CHEATING IN CSGO. I believe that the main problem with CS:GO is the community, Valve and players/organisations mostly makes money off viewers who are willing to "invest" more money in this game, aka buying skins, stickers/autographs, merchandise etc. It's logical and well prooven that Valve cares about those people much more than they care about PLAYERS who have a strong passion in the game and actually want to compete in it on a higher level (most updates bring us new things where Valve makes the profit and the focus is much weaker on actually "fixing" the game / making it a better experience for competitive players). Those "casual players" in most cases have small ammount of hours and never played against better players so they believe that professionals are some kind of robot-like GODS who don't make mistakes and are much more superior than other people who might have same time put in the game but don't play on their level. I believe a large part of those people actually AREN'T so sure that some pro's are not cheating but they choose to create this illusion that everyting is perfect just so they don't feel "bad" for watching and supporting a "broken" game.
[INDENT]WHAT ARE CHEATS & CHEATING ON LAN[/INDENT]
Here i am going to provide you with all the videos where it's explained what actually are aimlocks, how the work and how easy it is to cheat on LAN. People claim that it's impossible to put your cheat "inside" your mouse/keyboard without admins noticing it, but if that's 100% true then why did ESEA announce the release of their hardrware through which the pro players will have to plug in their peripherals?
Explanation of what aimlocks are and how they work.
LAN cheats #1
LAN cheats #2
One of the main problems with these clips is also "the community". People tend to overreact and "mark" every single time someone's crosshair goes over enemy model through wall so we have this "image" that people who say "pro's cheat" are "noobs". There is a obvious difference between an "accident" and AIMLOCK.
Now i would like to talk about how it all started. Ever singe CS:GO came out, cheating was present on all levels, and i am going to show you one of most obvious cheating clips in CSGO, it's of course, our (not so much) favourite swedish AWPer - Jesper "JW" Wecksell, who was caught cheating back in 2012. Funny fact: HE NEVER GOT BANNED.
Now we are 2 years later, we have seen some cheating incidents in meantime but one player really started "sticking out". I'm talking, of course, about Robin "Flusha" Rönnquist.
His aimlocks were what actually started the "conversations" about cheating, showing us that it's possible even on higher levels of CSGO. Now you might say "hey dude, you are not a pro, only silver accuse people of cheating" but then you obviously haven't seen the interviews and clips where other professionals talked about flusha and generally cheating on the pro scene:
Shox talking about flusha, saying there's no chance he's not cheating.
Krystal and fel1x interviewed by Richard Lewis.
Whole Na'Vi team talking about flusha and cheating on pro scene.
Some time later, the talk about cheating on pro scene suddenly "VANISHED". There are 2 obvious reason for that first is that organisations forbid people to discuss this subject publicly because it would hurt the "image" of tournament organisers even though we still have professionals who publicly speak about cheating, for example Zeus who often tweets about the problem: https://twitter.com/ZeusCS_GO/status/810623903576027136 Second reason for lack of cheating discussion is that many of those people who complained about flusha, realised Valve isn't doing anything about it so they decided to try it themselves, one of those people is of course french superstar "Richard "shox" Papillon.
Of course there are many more pros with obvious aimlocks, i'm gonna post few of my "favourite" clips from some player, notice how people aka fanboys dislike the videos with Shoxie, Byali and other "likeable" players but most of them agree that people like "Subroza" are completely blatant.
Here i'm also going to provide you with links of professional analysts talking about the cheating problem, just to let you know that many (professional) people realise what's going on.
I would say it's pretty obvious how "robotic" and inhuman these situations are, and by saying you are 100% sure professionals aren't cheating after watching these means either you have less than 1000 hours of CS:GO or you are just a delusional person, lying more to yourself than other people.
I don't want to go in too much detail on this subject, this blog was only to help people realise that we have a problem, next step would be prevention of cheating and banning the players who are/have cheated. Since it's obvious that handcams wouldn't work, the only logical solution to prevent cheating (if you ask me) would be to install keylogger on the computers and track what buttons were pressed in certain "fishy" situations.
Some pros were already banned (i didn't want to include info about that because i believe everyone knows about KQLY, EMILIO, SF etc.). I'm only asking you to use your brain when you think about this - aimlocks happen only to certain people, and they happen(ed) pretty often to those people, there is not a single aimlock from 80% of pro players, yet people who had 1 fishy situation, happen to have many more. Also, think about flusha for a second, why did he have so much blatant aimlocks, but when people started talking about it, he went silent and you can't find nothing even remotely suspicious in his newer demos, did he change his playstyle of locking onto enemies through walls and smokes? Anyway, looks like players realised how blatant it was so they "took it easy" and stopped cheating so much but still i think that it's sad that players who were (are) obviously cheating, never got their deserved "punishment". If you have any questions feel free to leave them in this blog or contact me on my facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BCkoCSGO There's no tl;dr because i believe every person that loves this game should read the whole blog (and the clips) before he wants to discuss this topic.
why would he spam smoke in places that are 2 heads above the headshot level.
----------------- height that k0nfig spams
----------------- normal headshot level
----------------- the height that every normal pro would spam, cuz chances of getting 2 consecutive bodyshots through smoke are higher + you can at least hit -50.
IMO cs go pros were cheating some time ago, but they stopped. If you compare "skill" some players had in 2015 and 2017, you can see that they were much better than back then. And yeah, some teams just went from top tier to shit and they cant do shit on cs go scene nowadays. The only problem i have with your blog is that some of these clips are legit and easy to explain.
solid blog, i like
video on how to hide cheats on valve servers is funny
pcs on lans still get connections to valve servers for downloading skins etc, unless valve recently decided to move offline completely without telling anyone, but i think they wouldve advertised it if they did
That cheats are being used in the pro-scene is obvious for me. It does not even bother me anymore.
What bothers me is that the only resistance is comming from the community. No single organisation, player, sponser, analyst, commentator is even questioning about it. In the past some did, but now it is completly ignored.
reason? this is basicly what all parties are doing atm:
The cs:go pro-level is doing great and the rate of change is even more impressive. They are happy.
The good thing regarding cheating is that companies with no e-Sport background are now getting involved like: audi and FC Copenhagen.
The point is, nowadays the game is getting bigger and bigger, sponsors are coming and until it catches up to other esports like dota/lol we won't see pros getting bans, as it would make the whole scene collapse and go back to 2013. There's just too much money on stack, and every single organisation, player and analyst etc. gets his share of it. No surprise they aren't accusing anyone, who would like to lose his job in this way when you can just pretend nothing is happening?
The more companies that want to be part of the 'succes' of csgo 'eSport' the better, especially companies in which 'electronics' is not their primary businessmodel.
Now all involved parties are ignoring it, but the more parties involved, the harder it gets to ignore it.
I wont be surprised if in the future a company like for example audi of FC Copenhagen would file a lawsuit against players, valve or whatever party for name damage.
Such big companies could easily destroy this air-bubble called 'csgo eSports' and all those silly organisations.
Personally I would be sad if the sport would die because people will lose interest. But if cheating like this will continu, I would love to see it happen.
I just don't get Stewies man. He doesn't always do that flicky shit. It really seems to be when he thinks he might have to get in a gun fight. But it still just bugs me how many times he will trace over enemies head then keep flicking around that spot.
naive people won't even inform themselves and read the article/watch the clips even if they are put here altogether in order before insulting you, they don't want reality to be different and more difficult in their not matured brains :)
Thanks for summing it out, I already knew all of this but it's good for people who are not well informed yet AND are not the kind of persons that scream so sure about their facts/opinions that they didn't even built in their minds informing, no criteria, just stupidity.
(sorry for my bad english)
OP is beyond idiotic... possibly the most stupid user on the site. Which is an achievement within itself.
States he has 4k hours in CS:GO, then posts this in post #16 "If you ask me, none of this clips is explainable when you actually look how robotic some of those movements are.
None of this shit happens to other star players like s1mple, scream, get_right, f0rest (he had that 1 lucky wb on cobble but that had nothing to do with aimlock), kennys, friberg (back when he was good), snax, dennis etc."
Claims he has 4khrs in CS:GO, then goes on to believe in every explainable clip on the planet :D
I've exposed him many times and this time he just exposed himself... Sad and pathetic. Beyond contradictory. I want to link this to pro players so they can laugh at his delusion. Honestly...
I've contacted Jonathan E. so it should be removed soon, hopefully.
I respect you sir.
The fact that people believe hours alone has any basis is beyond me. Oh wait need to go get my 12 hours in for the day running it down mid so that I can become a professional cheating analyst.
GJ been saying this for years but hltv bots just dont see the obvious or just dont want to accept it.
No matter what we do or try the majority of csgo players will still think they are clean because the majority of csgo players are bots.
Btw pimp is cheating aswell. Ive played an ESEA match with him and in the last round 15-14 he was in a 1on4 clutch afterplant as ct with scout.
Ive recorded my POV during game and had the GOTV demo.
He clutched it ofc.
But it was blatant asfuck.
I went throught both demos.
And on both he wasnt even close to enemys heads but still landed his ez hs with scout.
3 Frags happend like that. Tick (just an example) 100 clearly not even close to the model. Tick 101 he took the shot while beeing off model and he got the kill.
Like i said on GOTV demo and my POV the same shit. It was so damn obvious.
Ive made a timetable and reported it to the admins 3 weeks ago.
But im very sure he wont get banned for it.
It obviously wasnt an aimlock. But still ez to tell that he had toggled in this situation.
What is bothering me here, is that flusha should have been banned back then, Valve had to fucking investigate all that shit. The guy has made tons of money and they claimed they wanted to keep the scene clean.
Here is how you do it :
- Investigate the obvious ones
- Ban the cheaters
- Add extra test measures in big tournaments.
Instead they did the last one, and don't tell me they banned some cheaters... These noobs were not even big in the scene, but flusha? come on.
It would have at least spawned a big warning sign over the heads of the guys cheating or the guys wanting to cheat but instead rocketted the amount of cheating cunts because valve gives 0 fucks.
I have a friend who started csgo in december, he's raging so much because 9 games out of 10 he is having to face a cheater... The guy started CSGO and he wanted to enjoy it, but there are only cheaters in MM. Even the obvious ones are still going through that fucking VAC system. They do not give two fucks about it. And it's fucking sad.
I myself got banned from hltv after I exposed flusha. That was in the very early days of any suspect rising at all.
I knew the cheat flusha used, I knew the guy who coded it and gave it to flusha and I completely rekt flusha when he came up with his pathetic "excuse" "People who know me know I lift my mouse." Me and 2 friends of mine watched over the last 50(!) demos we could find and not once, not a single time did he "lift".
I said no curse words or anything, just exposed him and I got banned.
Well do you remember the times when all the awpers landed the fastest shots ever seen?
Like every single frag was a reaction shot in like 0.0001 secons. They killed ppl before they were around the corner with half of their body fully running or just jumping etc.
You dont see this anymore today. Dont ask me why but all pros started to hold wider angles and their reaction time seems to have increased to human levels.
If you ask me that is one of the most obvious things that have changed and making it very clear that they WERE cheating. Today well aimlock and legit aimbots seem to be everything.
I would say it's pretty obvious how "robotic" and inhuman these situations are, and by saying you are 100% sure professionals aren't cheating after watching these means either you have less than 1000 hours of CS:GO or you are just a delusional person, lying more to yourself than other people.
You could replace this section with: If you don't agree with me then you are very stupid.
flusha actually doesn't cheat anymore. I am a longtime member of the cheat coding community and have coded some cheats myself aswell. flusha got busted bad and he was mad lucky that time (all the evidence was there but the coder refused to sell flusha out) and from what I know, from several known coders, is that he just doesn't want to take the risk anymore.
Everyone who still thinks there are no cheater in the pro scene is just delusional as fuck.
Every professional sport has cheater, even if the amount of money to possibly win isnt that big.
But csgo is growing more and more, do you really think there is not a single guy in the pro teams who doesnt want to have an advantage over others to win titles and money? Really?
Good blog, videos were quite interesting and those aimlocks we see in pro games arent just a coincidence. Its funny how some players can have 3 locks in one moment, but others dont have a single one in their career.
No, it's useless.
I definitely agree that some pros cheat/have cheated in the past. But what does this help? All these clips are completely utterly useless because they are not evidence in any way.
This blog brings NO SOLUTIONS, just makes us read and watch what everybody has already seen anyway.
-Record the players' mouse movements with cameras and programs and sync them up with the in game footage.
-Work more efficiently towards an anti-cheat.
-NOT a solution: look at hundreds of suspicious clips and decide on no evidence whatsoever that he was cheating.
there was SOLUTION posted many times. just copy south korean method which is sterile desk so provided gear, on way mirrored booths, metal detector control before entering and prosecute cheaters(in korea they cheat by rigging matches) fine and sentence to prison them. the solution is there!
Yeah that's definitely a big part of the solution too, thanks for mentioning. The question is: Why the hell are they not doing it yet? It's not hard.
But that's exactly what I was saying: A blog post trying to show solutions, hoping that some big CS personalities would see it and spread it, would make sense. A blog post looking at old aimlock clips - hell no.
cuz in retarded heads of money givers and takers (hosts, sponsors, valve) it would mean VAC is useless and all old events werent legit(which is the fact, they werent). randoms from MM would stop believing VAC secures servers from cheating
"Why the hell are they not doing it yet?"
Imagine what could happen if Valve suddenly reveal that like 20% of the cs pro players were cheating? Delusional child will cry for months and sponsors will ask for a refund..
No it's not hard to avoid the cheat possibility, money makes it harder.
True. Money is definitely an obstacle. Valve has no interest to reveal that they were cheating and there's no way to change that. BUT preventing cheating in future tournaments is still possible without revealing that past tournaments were won by cheaters.
Because KQLY was clean, right ?
People in the french scene said he was cheating before getting caught, but were treated as you are treating the OP and all the people actually knowing the game enough to clearly smell cheats from miles.
He got banned, retard.
If not go check some of his POV explained on GA lans, youtube it.
Or maybe you're too lazy or just idiot.
I'm done with you, "silver", wow you got me here sherlock! (:
"Classic brainless reply"
Post #188 tin-foil hat wearer. fiff1aren exposed bckocro a while back along with me. He's as brainless as he is bad at writing blogs.
Why would he choose to explain the obvious to a stupid person? Hmm?
Like i said all you do is name calling mr self-proclaimed cheat expert.
Let me enlighten you, you know why people have problem with you? Not because of your arguments, not because of the points you make but because you absolutely disregard ANY possibility of people cheating in pro scene + name calling everybody who don't agree with you
Oh, you could not be more deluded... Here are your offenses, brainless one.
- Thinks I bait, I do not.
- Gets fooled by a fake account, shame on you.
- Thinks pros are cheating WITHOUT proof, equals stupidity.
- Cannot read properly, that one is one you.
Now, let us address this useless excuse of a post...
"Let me enlighten you, you know why people have problem with you? Not because of your arguments, not because of the points you make but because you absolutely disregard ANY possibility of people cheating in pro scene + name calling everybody who don't agree with you"
Wrong - if you'd have read my blog, you'll know it's the opposite. I replied to every post on there with logical arguments, so I'm not going to act like a broken record to sate the minds of the unintelligent. It should be painfully obvious the arguments/consequences that goes into cheating on the professional scene, but seeing as you nor anyone else in this topic have actually done so to give an opinion (unlike Shox, Zeus, Semphis, etc...), it remains invalidated and conspiracy.
There are thousands of arguments as to why this topic is daft in every single way, but like aforementioned I'm not going to give those who refuse to read my posts the time.
So either you get it into your head that I do not bait/insult/"disregard any possibility of cheating in pro scene: bla bla" or learn to read.
It would appear you struggle to do both. Remain as idiotic as the exposed user who made the topic, it should be removed fairly soon anyway.
Good day. Don't make pie you cannot eat...
You getting fooled by clips so easily explained is your delusion, not mine.
You want to be a strawman, go and apply to be scarecrow, not a delusion idiot who actually thinks there is some truth to this blog.
I hope you real all of my points in the previous post. One day you'll learn...
Well, they're right, no? It's conspiracy by an exposed idiot for being an idiot.
Nothing more. No truth to this blog whatsoever besides a lunatic's crybaby shenanigans and antics about the professional scene of CS:GO.
its so easy to stop cheating on lan
just put a keylogger on everyones pc and let it be run with a KEYBOARD / MOUSE CAM In game POV .
it just seems like valve knows ppl are cheating and they dont want it to go VIRAL .
imagine 2 back2back major winners get caught cheating .
this game would be dead in 10 seconds
+1 it's undeniable. Cheats on LAN are happening, and people ignore it by saying it's impossible, when the proof is 100% there. Props for giving the issue more visibility, that way maybe it will be addressed. Posting this to reddit would be good, but the admins just remove it, because they are probably payed by players to not ruin their image
"there is not a single aimlock from 80% of pro players"
some of them from certain pros were especially weird, the shaking, etc. but that comment is 100% bullshit. every pro is going to have an "aimlock" at one point or another. once one does it on stream, ppl start watching their demos and dig them up. shit ive aimlocked myself and not known till i watched the demo. there could be a cheater or two out there, but calling them out for "aimlock"ing here and there is useless, and foolish. it doesnt prove anything.
to all the ppl thinking that is not possible to cheat on lan !
just look around you , look how the technology evolves.
u have fkin roboters that do human work for u , u have weather mashines .
and then u think its not possible to cheat on lan ?
ive used a private coded triggerbot since the start of 2013 :o and if i wanted i can pretty easily tell my friend whos a IT/Electrical Engineer to put that shit in my USB peripheral's .
If i was Valve, i wouldn't try to create an anti-cheat program that could catch them all, "pro-cheaters"... They eat and live out of this (Valve).. and imagine massive pro wave ban.. it would kill the game and every fanboy and people would loose interest in GO less and less ... very few would follow the game tournaments..
IN my opinion they should ban all and remove them forever from professional games.. BUT if i was the owner of Valve, and if i knew that this move affected my company economically.. i would definitely not ban them. I would try to warn them to STOP use it.. but if that wouldn't help.. i think you all will suffer from same thing as now ;)
Fact alone you think my post is bait only proves this sentence is correct even more.
"Educate what little brain you have left, exposed fraud with a god-complex."
I feel sorry for you and who ever actually follows you...
2000 hrs, still trying this hard with blogs to "prove" something. This thread has already been discussed in the past million times and still one idiot decides to write a fucking wall of text. Noone cares BCKO.
cant deny cheaters at top level thats for sure .
and also im pretty sure valve knows about the cheating but they just cant ban some of the top players otherwise this game would be deadened .
just like bicycle sport turned to complete shit after the first doping scandals
Beyond cringe... This idiot has made 4 topics, all of them removed by the admin and for good reason. On every single one of them, it's basically the OP crying his eyes out about cheats when none exist.
This made me laugh:-
"I am a 19 years old Counter-Strike enthusiast and player. I played Counter-Strike 1.6 for 5,6 years before CS:GO came out, and started playing CS:GO in 2013 due to many players from "balkan" area sticked with 1.6 refusing to let the game die. I have over 4000 hours in this game which i spent mostly playing PUGS, deathmatch and watching demos. (actually watching demos, not saying it to make myself look "better"). I do ocasinally play some online cups/leagues but still never had a serious team, even though i had couple of "offers" to "proove" myself (just wasn't interested in tryharding then). This is my steam account, i am providing this information because people who talk about this subject (people who defend pros), mostly hide their info due to having a very small ammount of hours spent playing the game: steamcommunity.com/id/bckocro/"
All this "experience" but gets easily fooled by explainable YouTube clips and silver uploaders like Dan M/Jns/McBernie.
OP has been exposed by me, Fiff1aren, snow_crash AND esoh many times purely for stupidity. Kick_friberg_ffs also summoned me to expose bckocro AGAIN to which I did in the only topic which isn't deleted.
Same thing here - stupid witch-hunters calling cheats on stuff they cannot understand or will possibly never understand because they are not intelligent enough. If the OP actually had read my blog before posting, maybe he'll still have some braincells left.
Beyond unintelligent excuses, garbage clips, no proof present whatsoever, just an angst opinion from a stupid child. Nothing more.
Remain exposed as ever, OP. I'll be contacting Jonathan E. to remove this garbage blog. Reply if you wish, I won't reply here again as it physically hurts to see your posts.
Conspiracy, stupidity and no proof present. Why am I not surprised?
Go back to your pen.
This blog is shit, explains nothing and you even fail to explain what happened exactly to that flusha clip. It was proven it has to do with raw input and having the scoreboard opened.
"Remain silver", lmao you're the worst scum on this site. The guy above you is right, if you believe there are no cheats.
Valiant efforts but failed really hard.
Are you trying to increase your posts counter ? You're just giving retarded answers everywhere.
You should go to bed, kid. 10pm, it's time.
You have nothing as arguments and yet you call other people delusional, come with better proof than anything posted on this blog, and do yourself a favor, if you don't have anything to argue, just don't talk, fucking retard.
this blog is useless. it wont help anything at all, opening the eyes of 2 people on hltv.
the people who are responsible are well aware of the situation and they are too scared to ban anyone especially on a major because it would show how flawed their "anti cheat" is
at this point its either live with the cheaters or stop supporting this game. ( dont buy skins dont watch tournaments )
Are people really still believing this? Good god... humanity is truly stupid :/
None of those videos shows cheats. None of them. Once you grow a brain you'll learn this instead of spamming how many hours you supposedly have as some of sort of disturbed shield.
What a waste... carried to Global.
Wrong, but I wouldn't expect someone who thought Flusha was at one point cheating to have such an apt opinion. This blog could be more garbage if you threw it in the trash and it started to grow fungus.
Fact that everytime I post, the OP "thinks" I'm baiting, therefore proving just how deluional and in denial he actually is with the lack off prove he actually has in his so called "blog".
It's as useless as yours Mini... I'd take offense to that if I were you.
bckocro, did you check this one ?
ONE fucking match and it has a lot of blatant shit in it. Honestly, if you think our scene is clean 100%, you clearly have a problem.
Also, you can just check on google how many cheats there are around, some "private cheats" are still undetected (from VAC, ESEA, FACEIT, EAC, etc) since 2015, with the technology evolving and the skills these guys have, I won't be surprised if they did some private hacks for pros. Also ko1n already gave some hints on how it could be possible to cheat on big stages.
I mean you just have to do some researches yourself. We don't have 100% evidence, it's up to VALVe to get their shit together and do something, but there are clearly so many shady shit around with even coders giving hints.
I'm truly disguted, because I can't stand cheering for fucking cheaters who deserve nothing but being shat on.
best video i have ever seen they just laugh at you noobs.Jasonr is a fucking savage. Like look at freakzoid he cant stop laughing at danm couse he is fucking moron
of course the companies AND events know they are cheating, but we know shit about what million dollar business theres goin on out there.. same as phantomcrap, he got away with so much money, thats why i started boycottin cs and especially j3wish company called steam, i only watch twitch now..
Interesting blog. I definitely agree that it is possible to cheat on LAN and I also agree to huge parts of your blog, but some other parts read like if they were written by a 10y/o. You claim to know everything yet don't talk about tournament admins installing hardware-drivers for player's hardware by themselves, so there is very small chance to actually hack via software integrated into mouse/keyboard/headset/luminated mousepad (kek) these days. ESEA'S AC-hardware will be another impediment for cheating this way. Anyways, leaving those facts out but explaining every single cheat issue in the finest details makes you look a bit biased. A look on your profile suggests you might be a bit frustrated about cs:go overall (throwing faceitgames since 2k16) . I really appreciate your effort, but your appearance isn't the best :/
Read the whole thing and i agree that there is cheating going on in the Pro scene.Not so much on LAN but it wouldn't be surprising to find it online etc.
Problem is there has been hundreds of posts and blogs regarding the hacking issue within the pro scene but no-one ever gives solution's for the issue :/
Also Valve wont punish the top tier pro's for fear of hurting there brand and the money that the game makes them.
Post #338. The OP could not be more in denial and stupid if he tried...
Sheep follow sheep and unintelligent silvers are reading this like a cat laps up milk.
Enjoy it silver sheep... I can only hope you choose better goals in life off HLTV too...
stop printing the text you stupid animal.
if you still haven't understood it's you are sheep. stop try to be a human. you are shame just like other 95% of mankind. it's not even funny or sadly. this is the most cancer thing on the earth. your existence are nonsense. you are nonsense.
Stop bumping this useless blog. OP is an exposed, brainless witch-hunter and if you actually believe anything written down in this blog, I truly feel sorry for all of you.
Stop giving this brainless silver unneeded attention.
funny how mods delete threads about UFC but let useless blogs like this one full of speculations and misleading information with the only purpose of defame pros. and btw, you can't call random clips "proof" first learn the meaning of the word proof, those clips can't even be called unreliable proof, they're just speculations.
for a long time ive had abnormal suspicion towards certain swedish and french players in particular. after kqly and emilio scandals, some cases have proven my suspicions right (especially considering their past circles and "mates"), but there are still those who havent been caught but that I highly suspect and would bet my life on having been involved in this north european cheating circle. I hope one day we will know the truth
Sure, there are some who cheat or have done it in the past. But this is just utter bullshit. So fuck off.
This witch-hunt phenomenon is so fucking retarded. Only thing you could possibly achieve is to fuck with players' careers. Even if they were cheating valve wouldn't ban them just because some kiddos say they're cheating.
If, for example shox was cheating you wouldn't have these so called "proof"(extra obvious locking through walls)clips. I mean, come on. THEY WOULDN'T RISK GETTING CAUGHT BY HAVING SHIT CHEATS LIKE THAT.
Frankly, you could never tell if a pro is cheating or not by looking at demos. Only real proof is hard evidence like log files.