After watching a lot of CS:GO demo reviews (small channel with around 1k subs, check him out if you haven't) I just can't decide whether or not it's true that we have this many cheaters in the pro scene. I personally believe that a handful of specific pros are almost guaranteed cheating (won't name any names) but I really don't know if it is really as bad as some people make it out to be.
I've been watching competitive CS for about 3 years now, and I never notice any of this stuff while watching live, but rewatching demos with slowed down instances just makes some of these movements that some specific pros are doing really odd.
Thins that are odd:
The movements (or locks, as demo reviews calls them) all or most of them happen on key rounds that need to be won, for example pistol, first buy round, ties, clutches, overtime rounds etc.
Most of the movements make no sense; there is no reason for the specific player to make that specific movement at the time. If the player gets a lock while lining up a peek or dodging a flash, I brush it off. But when the player for no reason what so ever looks at the wall and just happens to line up with an enemy, that just seems so weird to me.
Most of the clips come for the same players again and again, and they're all recent. As Thorin pointed out in his video on cheaters in the pro scene, why can't we see old clips of people like get_right in his prime destroying teams locking the way some people do now? Even with the flusha clips, those were gathered over numerous lans and games. Not to point out anyone specifically, but some players have almost the same amount of clips in one game as flusha did in his entire career.
None of this makes any sense, but I just want to hear what you guys have to say. If you want more proof or to know what I'm talking about, watch Thorins video on cheaters in the pro scene, as well as VAC 2016 by demo reviews.
AND LAST THING: This is the fishiest aimlock ive ever seen. How is this guy still playing on a pro level? This is disgusting:
He shouldnt be allowed to play after this. youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0