Valve has removed the VAC for the CSGO legend KRIMZ, but the cause of the incident is still unknown.
The CSGO community has been restless since November 28, after Freddy “KRIMZ” Johansson announced he was banned by the VAC. Valve did not say specifically how this made this incident so mysterious.
“It looks like my account has been banned,” KRIMZ said. “CSGO guys can you please fix this as soon as possible.” He seems to be the one who doesn’t understand what’s going on and insists he didn’t do anything wrong.
It seems that my account got vac banned. @CSGO can you fix this asap pls
— Freddy Johansson (@Krimz) November 28, 2020
CSGO fans think he may have been banned for using a third tool called esportal to find matches. However, there is no official information on this matter yet.
Fnatic coach Andreas “Samuelsson” Samuelsson spoke up shortly after. “We contacted Valve, tournament organizers, and third-party community websites… to get to the bottom of this unexpected turn of events. We have no reason to believe that this is the result of using any illegal software.”
About Krimz VAC banned account. pic.twitter.com/ztEwun6Q0q
— Andreas Samuelsson (@SamuelssonCSGO) November 28, 2020
Either way, Valve didn’t take too long to fix the problem. They removed the ban and this is really good news for CSGO fans as well as Fnatic fans around the world. The first person to share this information was DonHaci. “Krimz has been unbanned. Your VAC ban has been removed from your Steam page.”
Krimz has been unbanned, his VAC ban has been removed from his Steam page.https://t.co/KanSGcPRTu
— Haci (@DonHaci) December 1, 2020
KRIMZ’s Steam Profile is not private, so anyone can check it out for themselves. Of course, no one is happier than KRIMZ herself. KRIMZ posted on Twitter thanking the CSGO development team for fixing this issue early. “Thank you CSGO for the quick handling”.
Thank you @CSGO for sorting it out quickly
— Freddy Johansson (@Krimz) December 1, 2020
Interestingly enough, Valve still hasn’t explained why they banned KRIMZ. KRIMZ doesn’t want to go into this either. In general, it seems that this is just a fault of the VAC system. The CSGO community is very happy when “his father has confirmed that KRIMZ’s brother uses an account, not KRIMZ”.
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