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CS:GO Player MSL Thinks This Feature Should Have Removed From The Game – Does Graffiti Pay To Win?

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24-year-old Danish CS:GO player and in-game leader Mathias “MSL” Lauridsen has been playing for Optic Gaming since March 2019. Before that, he had played for teams like Rogue, Team Dignitas, North, Copenhagen Wolves and more. On 15 September, MSL said that graffitis should have removed from the game and explained why.

Director Of Esports Operations for Blast Pro Series, Graham Pitt said:

“Small follow up on the graffiti rule we use for @BLASTProSeries. Graffiti is technically pay to win – it doesn’t come with the game when you first load it up and you have to replenish/buy it’s uses. A brand new player cannot use them and replicate what they see in a pro game”

MSL replied:

“You are imo right to have it in the rules. I saw multiple times on the major spraying smoke lineups and I think It shouldn’t be part of the game. Hope all tournaments does the same!”

You can check the tweets below.

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