Valve finally speaks on coaches caught cheating with exploit

After nearly two weeks of admissions from teams and coaches that they used a long-running exploit to gain an advantage in competitive matches, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive developer Valve has finally spoken.In an announcement that came alongside the developer’s decision to cancel theESL One Rio Major, Valve also handed down penalties to teams who had been caught abusing a spectator bug to view enemy teams. The list of offenders is long: MIBR, mousesports, FURIA, Ninjas in Pyjamas, and more. But unlike Valve’s swift and heavy-handed response to the banning of iBUYPOWER after its match-fixin…

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