The latest VAC bans in CS: GO aren’t imposed by cheating, at least that’s what players and streamers say.
The VAC system in CS: GO has been going crazy lately and imposing unfair blockades on many people. Until now, no one talked aloud about what could be going on, but with the next wave of bans, there were voices about what could be the cause.
At the moment, bans are mainly given to Asians who complain that they have no way of contacting Valve, and their suspensions even appear during official matches.
What is the reason?
Currently, there are several answers, while the most popular theory is that VAC imposes blockades when using Streamlabs software. Why? This is completely unknown.
I really hope this isn't a streamlabs + 5E problem @CSGO— NG ImpressioN (@ImpressioNCSGO) October 9, 2020
This is getting out of hand especially in Asia whereas we don't have something like @CSPPAgg or @ESIC_Official to help us investigate or vouch for the players.
What the hell are Asians even supposed to do? Lay down & die? https://t.co/ivHu5DNIcp
In the case of Asian CS: GO, the matter is so complicated that virtually no one can help unbans there. Therefore, you have to contact a very roundabout way that extends the entire process.
The second version of the reasons for VAC bans is to use a VPN built into web browsers. It’s a complete cosmos, but over a dozen people mention it on Twitter.