that one guy from astralis
how can you cheat on vac secured servers ?
all of them apart from tarik coz he sucks
I think heard something about Naf and Elige, but really idk
Some. Considering their exorbitant salaries they can afford undetectable cheats.
1 on each major team probably
I always assume nobody is, but you never know (maybe 1 in the top 100 players)
Rank G/Advanced players are more likely to be cheating
I don't think top players are cheating anymore it is too risky and there is more to lose than there is to gain.
I think the cheating is with low-level games, with players trying to make a name for themselves or players/organizations betting on games and players using cheats to ensure victory and winning the bet.
At a t1 LAN it would take so many people being bribed, or not noticing the cheats, for them to work. But at some t3-4 NA, EU, or Chinese online tournament it is easy as heck for players to use cheats and I wouldn't even be surprised sometimes if there are shady events where it is overlooked by people in charge as long as they get told who will cheat so they can bet.
TLDR: there may have been cheating in T1 CSGO in the past, but I don't think it is there now. I do think that lower levels have pro cheaters like Subroza the LAN dodger
if top players were to be cheating, they would first of all know that their opponents were cheating too after which they would try to expose each other
Flusha did 100%, byali did 100%
Honestly, I wouldnt be surprised if gla1ve did it as well
The whole astralis team with those nvidia settings
untalanted kids are talking about pros :D
well someone for sure
but if u are smart u shut the fuck up until one gets banned or obvious like forsaken
Only a Sith deals in absolutes
Depends on what you mean by cheating.
I think using software to cheat has been almost a non-existent issue at the highest level of pro CS since 2015.
It's far more likely that the following is taking place:
- Match fixing (which is far worse than using hacks imo)
- Exploiting the lack of sound-proof booths at events
- Teams receiving info from person in the crowd
Only North do, but they are so bad it doesn't help
Some have in the past, but probably none have successfully done it on LAN.
none of them you boomer fuckers
Well, there is more money involved than cycling and it is easier to get away with cheating than in cycling. So i geuss presuming that non of them cheat reqires more than just a blind eye.
I'd assume that it is a decent amount. Cheating takes place in every single competition that involves cash and always has. There are definitely some pros that have cheated at the top level. There was a defcon where they explained just how easy it is to inject cheats through a mouse. People are just retarded. Csgo is a pure sport and nobody would ever cheat right?
just a reminder from last Easy Anti Cheat conf where they stated cheat devs are working completely legal and making anywhere between half a million and 2 million a year in revenue,
I know someone that used radar hacks in pro league. Radar cheats give you such a huge advantage but don't raise suspicion aim wise. I'd make a bet a bunch of teams are using radar cheats to secure trips to events.
Streamers, pros, youtubers, many of them are being pimped out of their revenue by cheat devs and many of them wouldnt be noticed if it wasnt for them.
easy to cheat in shit game really
There can be like 50 cheaters in top100, or 1. Nobody has proof, nobody should care. Nothing to do about it
Enough of them. Not as bad as since 2015 but it’s getting bad again. Can confirm.
Flusha and subroza maybe used to cheat
all of them are cheaters 100%, volvo cant ban them cuz profit