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Fnatic CS:GO Player KRIMZ Gets A VAC Ban On His Official Account – Here Is The First Announcement From His Coach

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Lars Freddy Johansson, known as “KRIMZ,” is a 26-year-old Swedish CS:GO player who has been playing for Fnatic since 2014. In between August-October 2016, he played for GODSENT and returned to Fnatic.

Yesterday, KRIMZ announced on his Twitter account that his official Steam account is somehow got a VAC ban from Valve for cheating. Also, he wanted Valve for fixing this mistake and revealed that he doesn’t cheat at all.

Furthermore, KRIMZ’s coach Andreas “Samuelsson” Samuelsson released a statement on Twitter and said that they have no reason to believe that KRIMZ cheated. Additionally, they are hoping that this situation can be fixed easily and clear the name of KRIMZ.

Here is what KRIMZ said:

It seems that my account got vac banned. CS:GO, can you fix this as soon as possible please?”

Samuelsson wrote:

“Krimz woke up this morning with a VAC banned account. We have reached out to Valve, TOs and third-party community websites where Krimz has been competing to understand the nature of this unexpected shutdown of his account.

We have no reason to believe that this is the consequence of any intentional usage of any illegal program.

We are hopeful that this can be resolved at the earliest, to clear up all speculations and solve the problem. We are working closely with Flashpoint to have Krimz ready to play our scheduled FP match on Tuesday. “

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