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ScreaM gets ridiculous pistol 4K during CS:GO stream

Published: 10/Nov/2018 21:50 Updated: 10/Nov/2018 21:51

by Vincent Genova

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CS:GO pro ScreaM showed off his headshot abilities by rapidly taking out four players at various ranges with nothing but a pistol.

He saved a round for his team, who were facing a near impossible 2v4 when ScreaM decided to go off.

The first three eliminations required only three bullets, including a ridiculous double tap for the second and third knockouts.

The final 1v1 required a few more shots, but he managed to win the fight with an impressive strafe and crouch.

ScreaM knew what he just accomplished, saying, “that’s the highlight from today.”

He stood up from his chair and walked off frame, letting everyone know to come back tomorrow.

ScreaM made a name for himself in the professional CS:GO scene with his ability to hit headshots, he even finished a professional match with a headshot ratio over 95%.

His career highlights include winning the Esports Championships Series Premiere event in June 2016, as well as the 2017 Dreamhack Open Atlanta.

He last played for the organization Fnatic.

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BLAST announces new measures to prevent CSGO coaches from cheating

Published: 26/Oct/2020 19:58 Updated: 26/Oct/2020 20:22

by Marco Rizzo

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BLAST has introduced new changes to their rulebook in order to prevent CSGO coaches from cheating in the upcoming BLAST Premier Fall Series tournament.

This comes directly as a result of the coaching bug scandal which hit the CSGO scene late in the summer after an ESIC found over 30 coaches who abused the exploit.

New rules include the necessity for all coaches to stream their perspective to a Discord channel as well as making it compulsory for all coaches to install and maintain MOss Anti-cheat active during all games.

Robert Mulgan, Esports Operations Manager at BLAST, communicated the changes to the public on twitter.

“Although this isn’t a perfect system, it’s a fantastic step forward in improving the integrity of online games, and will give us more evidence if we need to review cases!” Mulgan wrote.

The changes should prevent coaches from making use of any glitches present in the game or utilizing cheats as their perspective will be under constant supervision.

While this could partially hinder coaches from potentially opening an official stream and see the enemy’s position in a practice called “stream sniping,” individuals would still be able to do so using another device.

The MOss Anti-cheat is a software that constantly monitors the user’s PC, taking random screenshots and reporting any prohibited activities such as the use of macros. It has been active since 2010.

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New rules at the BLAST Premier Fall Series will try to combat any potential coaching issues.

While Valve patched the spectator bug soon after it became public, it was revealed that it had been present since at least 2016.

Use of the bug compromised several matches, including qualifiers for the major and resulted in several teams having their Regional Major Ranking points removed.

The coaching exploit scandal affected the entire CSGO scene and the initiative taken by BLAST, while not perfect, is the TO’s next step in combating the issue. These new rules will try to help prevent any further incidents throughout the BLAST Premier Fall Series.