If they will ban major winners they will harm their reputation
Because of this fnatic and clown9 didn't banned
No this is not Golden, this is KRiMZ
Valve is dead, they're doing nothing
I totally agree nod777
This game is wierd
"that this player is golden and can’t be banned" bro at the end of the day Gaben doesn't give a shit who you are whether you are Krimz or Zywoo
Why is flusha not banned then
Or fnx , cold, fallen:D
Valve make this game great again plz
Seriously Martin should make everyone signing up on this site do a Mensa test before and if ur under 60 IQ you cant post new topics
incredible how people hide the fact that they have to git gud behind pros cheating. They are THAT good, it's not impossible, u guys are just so bad haha
fake news and faulty theory (btw this yours isn a -empty- hypothesis not a theory)
if the proposition is that valve wouldnt ban some major winners because they would lose credibility, if that would be found out and player hacks would be detected and would be verified by an independent credible source they would risk losing far more reputation and face lawsuits by a dozen orgs.
Stopped reading at vac got updated 0/8
lmao krimz is like the least suspicious player of fnatic, what the fuck are you guys talking about.
Imagine if it would have been flusha getting this bs VAC, the internet would explode.
Seems more like a conspiracy theory without any random proofs, just a random text at forums.
1- It would be easy to VAC bypass them. Just a whitelist on anticheat would be enough.
2- Remember a Furia vs MIBR that had a rollback issue? Players from MIBR asked to join online server without VAC but FACEIT (or ESEA, idk) anticheat cause they had lag spikes, maybe due to that. It was denied. That shows that championship orgs don't have biased acts to cover up players.
3- Cheat scandal would affect so much the CS:GO scene money-wise.
4- Yes, i recognize the chance of famous players cheating on championship. But there's an issue. If all players cheats - or lots of them - eventually a player that don't cheat would identify it. And reveal it. Other issue is the chance of destroy all the career in one day. I really think there is a chance of competitive players cheating on pro scene, but I don't think that would be most of them.
The main reason I think that's not true is that CS:GO is a strategy-based game associated with skills, but most of cheats gives you just skill or blatant infos about other players. At a high-end competition, most of players have skill enough to almost compete with a player legit cheating and the main point here would be the strategy that cheats can't solve without being blatant.
The main proof of that is Astralis, a team without players with really impressive skills but really tactical winning 4 majors.