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Former CS:GO Player n0thing Says Twitch Should Ban These Accounts



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Jordan Gilbert, known as “n0thing,” is a 29-year-old American former CS:GO player who had played for teams like Cloud9, Complexity Gaming, Old Guys Club, and many more. In his career, he earned over $250.000 from the tournaments.

Yesterday, n0thing has posted a new tweet on his official Twitter account and stated that Twitch should ban the accounts that trying to scam the people in the name of professional players.

Here is what n0thing wrote:

“From what I understand, Twitch has an automated system that SHOULD ban accounts such as these scam shroud/simple/etc accounts, but can’t there be an exception when its this regular, to give some people the power to step in and ban them? Currently over 20k viewers between em.

and I get that it’s mostly viewbots (hopefully people aren’t still getting scammed), but they are still taking up those top spots and probably initially tricking people :(“

Famous content creator ChacoTaco replied:

“This has been very frustrating for a while now. Been using my content now too. Sucks to see these streams on the top while actual hard-working streamers are losing potential exposure”

A fan named Jan added this comment:

“Are there seriously no admins with the ability to ban a stream online on a regular basis? I mean they have offices all around the world. It shouldn’t be a big problem to automate a system and have a few persons in each office, who check it regularly.”

You can check his tweets below.

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