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Banned CS:GO Player Slams Valorant Because Of ‘Cheating’ Problems

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Sam “DaZeD” Marine is a 30-year-old American retired CS:GO player who was banned in 2015 due to the match-fixing. In his career, he had played for teams like iBUYPOWER, GX,  and Torqued. Currently, he is a full-time Twitch streamer.

DaZeD has shared a new post on his official Twitter account and revealed his opinion about Valorant’s status against the cheaters. He slammed the anti-cheat system of the game by saying that there are lots of cheaters in the game.

Here is what he said:

“I almost never call cheats unless it’s just blatantly obvious. And even when I know 100% someone’s cheating, but it isn’t blatant, I just keep it to myself because it doesn’t help the situation. But my god is there a lot of cheaters in Valorant. Like a lot!”

Twitch streamer kephrii replied:

“So. Many. Closet. Cheaters. What is amazing is how they think they aren’t blatant.”

A fan named Kyle wrote:

“Anticheat breaks all my PC monitoring software but can’t stop these cheaters. They overplayed their hand with how sophisticated their anti-cheat was.”

You can check out the tweet below.

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