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Some Previously Banned Players Can Now Compete In Counter-Strike Events – Kotaku Australia

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has changed its rules for competitive players who’ve been banned for violations of Valve’s Anti-Cheat system. Previously, those…

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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has changed its rules for competitive players whove been banned for violations of Valves Anti-Cheat system. Previously, those bans were permanent; now, players whove been banned for VAC violations in the past can compete in Valve-sponsored events under specific circumstances.
In a post on the CS:GO blog earlier this week about the games upcoming Regional Majors Rankings (RMR) season, Valve wrote that
Moving forward, a VAC ban will only disqualify a player from an…

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