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Dumbest CSeR Ever + >iC< removed from GS 5v5 Ladder #2


We all know that cheating is the darkness that's plagued multiplayer gaming since the time that online gaming became popular. Cheating, using hacks or haxoring, as it is commonly referred to, continues to scourge our online fun and will most likely continue to do so. Within Gamespace we've gone to great lengths to ensure that hackers are prevented from participating in our gaming community, ruining everyones entertainment for their self misguided sense of achievement and narcissistic tendencies.

As a gaming network we've made our zero tolerance policy perfectly clear from the onset and we will continue to enforce this to the best of our abilities. Occasionally a gem comes across our ever vigilant look out for hackers that serves to illuminate our cave dwelling existence with such brazen display of stupidity that even we find ourselves gasping in amazement.

To let you all in on the joke one of our GS CSS5v5 Ladder #2 Teams [PCP] PCPERFORMANCE challenged another called Infernal Chaos. Infernal Chaos or >iC< as they like to be referred to, happily accepted with the match scheduled for 09:30 Mon 04 Jul 2005 on server When the time came >iC< turned up in full colours on the designated server, guns blazing, tags strutting and egos flaring, basically the usual gamers demeanor before any war. However unfortunately for them and in small part to the other side, PCP failed to show up leaving our enthusiastic >iC< team feeling lost and dejected. So to pass the time these guys run around the server and did some training. After fifteen or so minutes the team left the server, being assured an easy no-show victory.

Shortly thereafter >iC< CutLoose, both the captain and the clan leader in his infinite wisdom reported the match as a dispute instead of merely reporting it as a win, which is the norm under such circumstances. Thus through the unnecessary dispute process the match came to the attention of GS Admins. In addition to add more credibility to their unnecessary dispute >iC< CutLoose decided to include a screenshots from the game that would in his mind, prove beyond all doubt that >iC< were the only team on the server at the time of booking. And rightly so it did just that and more.... In his continuing search for enlightenment and the good of L337 >iC< CutLoose forgot or probably just failed to notice due to always having this on that the same screenshots he submitted to Gamespace incriminated himself as a haxor. If you look at the image it quite clearly proves that he was using WH (wall hacks) while playing on a GS server.

This can be seen quite clearly when he was spectating >iC< Wogboy Polat whom we are quite sure was the only >iC< without any hacks due to a post we retrieved from server logs saying "21:37:33: ">iC< Wogboy Polat<3>" say "GUYS IM WARNING YOU ALL NOW, DO NOT HACK"

As it stands and thanks to their assistance >iC< have now been removed from the Gamespace 5v5 Ladder #2 with their leader, >iC< CutLoose permanently banned from the Gamespace Steam Server Network.

The incriminating and profoundly dumb screenshots can be seen here - http://league.gamespace.net.au//image.php?id=13472 while the extract of the whole conversation as team has also been posted for public display here - http://network.gamespace.net.au/logs/L0704050.log

Team Captain: cutloose

Clan Name: Infernal Chaos

Clan Tag: >iC<

Verdict: Guilty of hacking



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So that's how wallhacks work? I.e. make where a player is behind a wall? As opposed to making a well opaque.

Having ANY hacks installed = cheating, doesn't matter if its interclan or not. There is no need for them unless you're gunna cheat.

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