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Goga Shows How Siege’s Anticheat Is So Bad Compared To Valorant

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Daniel Mazorra Romero, known as “Goga,” is a 26-year-old Spanish Rainbow Six Siege player who had played for teams like Team Vitality, G2 Esports, and more. Right now, he is playing for Movistar Riders.

Rainbow Six Siege is probably one of the best games for FPS players. Unfortunately, the game is suffering from lots of cheaters, which makes even professional players to unable to play the game.

Especially for the last three years, cheating is the biggest problem Rainbow Six Siege has. However, the problem is yet to be solved right now, and the community is still waiting Ubisoft to do something about the issue.

On the other side of the coin, Valorant is a brand new FPS game that features a competitive 5v5 gunplay such as CS:GO. The most important quality about Valorant is that the game has a unique anti-cheat system that works properly.

Recently, one of the Rainbow Six Siege casters, AceOfPyrite, shared footage of a cheater who dominated the game with over fifty kills in Valorant, saying that even Riot Games can not prevent cheaters completely.

As AceOfPyrite said, the cheaters can found a way to get into the server. Even though Goga is agreed with what AceOfPyrite said, he also pointed out that there are cheaters almost in every game in Siege where Valorant only has one of them in 500 games.

Goga on the cheaters’ comparison between Siege and Valorant:

“They can find a way around it, the difference is that you find 1 cheater every 500 games in Valorant while in Siege you find 1 cheater every 1/2 games. Whenever you queue for ranked in Siege you’re praying to not queue against cheaters.”

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