so you think pro scene is some sort of hvh? Haven't these pro players got contracts and salaries and have 10,000+ hours in a game that is their passion, to the point they have invested their career into it? You wouldn't like to be revealed as a player who cheats, and turn your passion into a living nightmare because you became a joke to the eyes of the community, which you were a part of for years? Not to mention the trust of your teammates, coach and fans that you break if you get caught. Contract obligations must also come into play at some point. All this pressure for using a rather small unfair advantage that would not only ruin your carrier, but would make you a pariah, and outcast from the community of a game you devoted 5, 10, even 15 years of your life. Absolutely no pro player would like to face that. We saw what it did to Forsaken, KQLY and sorts. They became a meme, a joke.
Plus these people play the damn game 6-8 hours a day at the very least. I would expect them to have pitch perfect aim and top gamesense. So maybe sometimes they're making fantastic clutches, getting wallbangs we don't even know existed and end up sometimes putting their crosshairs on some players through walls (Hello DanM). But it's their full time job and they're the best of the world at it. So it's highly unlikely that any player has cheated in every big event this year. And it's not one clip of ZywOo from two years ago that's going to convince me of the opposite.