Former CS:GO pro reportedly set to sign with G2 Esports, ardiis, accused of purchasing VALORANT cheat
In a report by the Anti-Cheat Police Department on Twitter, former CS:GO player, ardiis, was accused of purchasing cheat software for VALORANT, based on information provided to them by a private cheat developer. Additionally, he has been accused of attempting to match fix as well. He was reportedly set to sign with G2 Esports for their upcoming VALORANT team. Here is the report so far:
This week's editorial cartoon is about the LCK Spring Split starting off with the fierce ‘brawl' meta. As the LCK went through a rough time last year, it received a lot of criticism and disapproval from the fans. The ‘safe and cautious' play style that was often seen in the LCK received the most judgment; the LCK style of playing safe and risk-free until the mid-late phase was often compared to how other regional teams did not hesitate to actively engage in fights. Not only did it prove less fun for the viewers, but its results were also unsatisfactory as well. Riot has been adding patches that were focused around skirmishes since last year. This means that the game is changing so that it is more about fighting aggressively from the early phase rather than being cautious till the later phase. These changes are well reflected in the League's atmosphere with the new patches.