CSGO Cheating: PlayerAuctions Recognizes Banned Steam Accounts
July 27, 2017 Technology News(PRLEAP.COM) JULY 10, 2017 – Valve has banned over 40,000 Steam accounts after the "Steam Summer Sale." A vast majority of the banned accounts are cheaters in CSGO. On July 6, 40,000 Steam users were caught by Valve Anti-Cheat (VAC), a tool that automatically detects hacks and frauds on accounts, and bans those who utilize them. This number broke the previous record of 15,227 banned users in a single instance, which happened in October 2016.
The ban put a dent on CSGO skins, with a loss of $9850, and the items remain in the banned accounts. Unfortunately, the items can't be retrieved since forbidden accounts are unable to connect to Steam servers to do CSGO Trade. For those who want to engage in safe CSGO Trading, PlayerAuctions is a legitimate and reliable player to player marketplace.
PlayerAuctions is the most secure player to player network to buy, sell, and trade MMO game assets, including FIFA Coins, CSGO Trade, and LoL Items. The site is a neutral marketplace that supports player to player trading for popular MMOs, such as RuneScape, Old School RuneScape, World of Warcraft, Diablo III, EverQuest, Eve Online, League of Legends, and over 200 other games.