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Valve bans an astounding number of cheaters after ‘CS:GO’ goes free

01.07.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles
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The Valve Anti-Cheat (VAC) system was working overtime in December, banning a record number of players who were using cheats and hacks in various games on the Steam platform, but mostly effecting Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

More than 600,000 Steam accounts were banned by VAC in December according to CS:GO expert Nors3, who shared a graph of VAC bans over the years on Twitter. Nors3 explains that the vast majority of players were banned for cheating in CS:GO, which could stem from the fact that CS:GO went free-to-play on Dec. 6. Read more...

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