Thread started by KlOwNie on Tuesday, 6:12pm July 28th with 92 replies. Views: 14,177
7:36pm Jul 28th 15
Well, the way I look at it. People are coming back to CSGO from previous cheating violations which in most cases they get a 1 year CG ban. But that's the end, whether you're a top notch player or still learning the game should their be a limit on the capacity in which requires them to continue playing?
Think of it in of it as a jail aspect, when you're released, you're a former criminal, this limits the options where you can work, or even get work right? You can't just go up to a multi millionaire firm and be like yo, I have these qualifications annnnd also a former criminal, so I can clearly work here yeah? You're most likely not going to get that job, so why can formerly banned players convicted of cheating to just go straight back to their former 'CGP' league?
CGP = Professional, if you're caught cheating sorry but you're not a professional. Cya KQLY.
If you want to introduce stricter counter measures against former cheaters, why allow them right back into CGP, should they be forced to go back to this "rat race" as a result. Some of you may think, well that's a stupid idea, but think about it. If you're CONVICTED of cheating by ESEA, EAC or Valve you should be allowed to have that one chance redemption, but you shouldn't be allowed to go back the high leagues such as CGP even if you were a former CGP player. Playing in CGP is a reward, not a punishment.
This "probation" period I spoke of it's incomplete as it's just a raw suggestion, but community service should also account into consideration, but a substantial amount of service would be required to play in higher leagues.
- Cheaters should not be allowed to play in CGP events without serving a "probation" period after their 365 day ban. This probation period consists of performing in in CGA for (2)? seasons. This can also be reduced to (1) season for a certain amount of community service to Cybergamer Esport community.
Sorry if this is confusing as f* I didn't even draft this before posting.
7:39pm Jul 28th 15
If some one breaks a rule or cheats at something irl do they get banned forever? Generally not.
I think people who cheat are pretty scum but if you perma ban everyone who has ever cheated you just end up with millions of multi accounts, and with no reason to not cheat again they will probably just keep cheating and cycle accounts.
If you get caught ban evading or cheating a second tie though you've proven it wasn't just a mistake and should be perma banned.
7:42pm Jul 28th 15
Firstly I have nothing against jks.
Its just my opinion that anyone who has a VAC (yes even in fucking rust) should not ever return to the community how hard is that to believe? Lucky I am not Gaben and my opinion does not matter.
Doesn't mean its the right thing to do but I have had at least 3 experiences now where the cheater has come back and said to be "clean" and served his time to only be vacced a week later the last person being meNace like what 3 weeks ago?
Its just annoying that's all.
7:44pm Jul 28th 15
@Defcon JKS was VAC banned afaik.
The following player has been found cheating in non-CyberGamer / CyberGamer matches and, as a result, is being permanently banned from all CyberGamer leagues, events and competitions.
This information is taken from the CG event ban forum post.
As Rickeh said I personally have nothing against JKS (never spoken a word to the guy) just trying to clear up the confusion. As has been said previously it hardly matters as it was a different game but yea