VALORANT Cheater Gets Banned While Denying He’s Cheating To Teammates
It looks like the cheaters are already getting hit with the ban hammer in Riot’s new shooter VALORANT.
Apr 12, 2020
Riot has promised to crack down on cheaters in their upcoming competitive shooter VALORANT, and it looks like the cheaters are already getting hit with the ban hammer.
A streamer, who we won’t name, was banned from both Riot and Twitch yesterday while streaming himself cheating at VALORANT. In the clip, you can hear his teammates catch on and call him out just moments before the ban screen comes up. The match was terminated, the streamer’s account was banned, and shortly thereafter, his Twitch account was banned too.
It’s likely the cheater intended to get caught, however, based on the link to a Discord channel pasted on top of the video. Supposedly, the (poorly scripted, easily detectable) cheat is for sale on that Discord. We encourage you to not participate as not only will your account be banned for cheating, it’s likely you’ll receive a hardware and/or IP ban as well. Beyond that, paying $10 a day to cheat in a videogame is probably the worst possible way to spend your money.
Paul Chamberlain, the anti-cheat lead on VALORANT expressed his disappointment on Twitter Thursday that the fight against cheaters has already begun. We’re happy to see how proactive Riot is being about cheating, but we still have to ask: who cheats in a beta?
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