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All Signal Jammer locations for GTA Diamond Casino heist

Published: 13/Dec/2019 15:16 Updated: 13/Dec/2019 15:17

by David Purcell

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Grand Theft Auto Online‘s Diamond Casino Heist is now available to play in GTA 5 and if you’re wondering where to find all of the signal jammer locations, you have come to the right place. 

Rockstar Games have been building up towards the launch of the brand new heist for quite some time, which will task players with putting together a team that plays like a well-oiled machine to knock out mission after mission.

There’s the option to unlock a helping hand along the way, too, as character Avi Schwartzman can be added to your crew as a member. However, to do that, you’re going to need to find all of the different signal jammers that are dotted around the map and destroy them.

Rockstar GamesAvi Schwartzman isn’t the easiest to recruit. If you want him GTA Online’s newest heist, you’re going to have to work for it.

How to unlock Avi Schwartzman for the GTA Casino heist

Reddit user MadMaxxx123 has put in the milage, hard work and effort to create a very useful map for this challenge, which no doubt took them a pretty long time to complete, numbering every single place you can find a signal jammer in GTA 5.

There are 50 in total, spanning from Los Santos right the way across to Blaine County, as well as those places in between – as seen in the graphic below, posted to the GTA Online subreddit on December 13. Let’s call it an early Christmas present.

50 jammers in order from gtaonline

 


As the map shows, the highest concentration of these jammers can be found in Los Santos and the nearby surrounding areas, but they’re pretty well spread across the island.

While that might sound like a driver’s dream, that does mean that almost every road – or blade of grass depending on how bad you drive – will have to be covered in order to complete the challenge.

There’s more at stake than just Avi Schwartzman as well. By destroying all of these jammers you will be handed a bonus of $150,000 and 50,000 RP in-game, making it very much worth your while.

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GreekGodx banned again from NoPixel GTA RP server amid toxicity drama

Published: 24/Feb/2021 20:33

by Theo Salaun

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One of the more infamous figures in NoPixel’s GTA RP server, GreekGodx, has been banned for a second time due to drama surrounding repeated rule-breaking toxicity.

The “Tay Tay Tyrone” saga may be over, as GreekGodx’s now-notorious Grand Theft Auto roleplay character has been banned from the NoPixel 3.0 server. In a clip shared to Reddit, players revealed that Tay Tay would probably not be returning to “the city,” which Greek elaborated on in detail during his own stream.

As it stands, the rationale behind this ban is unclear. What is known is that Greek and the server’s admins discussed the situation and subsequently agreed upon cutting off his involvement for the time being.

This follows numerous incidents in which he was found to violate the server’s rules by repeatedly making other players uncomfortable, despite them asking him to stop. In the most notable example, he was originally banned for constantly calling other characters “thick,” despite complaints.

That original ban was subject to various reactions, including summit1g’s, who found that the appliance of behavioral rules to the server was a tricky situation. He noted some inherent difficulties, namely, ensuring that such rules are applied to everyone and not just high-profile streamers.

As for the new ban, it’s not precisely clear what prompted it — but fans on Reddit seem to believe that it’s due to a general culture clash between Greek’s expectations of the server and NoPixel’s community goals. 

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During his own February 23 Twitch stream, Greek explored the issue in some more detail: “They’ve put me on ‘cooldown,’ because of the drama and shit. So even if I want to play, I can’t because I agreed on a cooldown.”

So he is banned from the server, but the decision appears to have been amicably settled on and therefore temporary. As for the differences in mindset, he also shared some details on why he feels the server is at odds with his content. 

Noting that the behavioral rules make much of the streamed content simply feel like a “Discord call,” Greek explained his wishes for NoPixel’s RP: “I get it: rules are rules. But people need to be a little bit more wild…a little bit more action … It needs to be a little more reckless … a little bit more crazy, to make it a little bit more exciting.”