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Team Vitality Player ALEX To The CS:GO Coach Bug Users: “No One Is Getting Away With It”

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Alex “ALEX” McMeekin is a 24-year-old British CS:GO player who had been playing for Team Vitality since December 2018. In March 2020, he decided to bench himself due to personal reasons.

After learning the news about the coach spectate bug exploit users that took unfair advantages for their teams, ALEX took to his official Twitter account to share his thoughts about the drama.

In the tweet, ALEX wanted an apology from those people who used this bug and said that they should admit what they have done before it will be announced by the authorities. Also, he stated that nobody could be getting out of this mess and showed how angry he is because of these people.

Here is what ALEX wrote:

“At this point, if you’ve used the bug just come out, apologize, hope for a reduced sentence for owning up to it and serve your time, no one’s getting away with it.”

A fan named Meran replied:

“No man, they should not reduce the sentence. If people come out it will be online trying to get better sentence, not becouse they feel bad for what they have done.”

ALEX replied:

“I didn’t say I would reduce the sentence, but usually if you admit you’re guilty sentencing isn’t as bad as if you lie and try to hide it.”

Meran said:

“I understand the point, but imo the TO shouldn’t reduce it. If we want a good and clena scene they have to get the sentence they deserve, admit it or not. Actually, imo they deserve perma ban. They are not a 12 years old, they know what are they doing.

And in the end, they are playing with the careers of many players and organizations. Many of the Tier 2 teams can just disband becouse of a lose. Btw, come back, we want to see you on the server!”

ALEX lastly said:

“I think everyone has their opinion on how long the ban should be, in traditional sports I can’t remember anyone being perma banned for cheating, but if you’re banning kids for life for cheating, I don’t see why it should be different in this case.”

You can read the tweets below.

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