VAC ban wave hits China as its largest CS:GO Private Cheat is Detected, Qz among those banned

November 2, 2018 — by Manish "Trigger-Happy" Rajesh0

The Valve Anti Cheat system has detected one of the biggest Chinese chinese Counter-Strike: Global Offensive cheats today. Former CS:GO pro qz, who is the brother of DD from TyLoo, was hit with his third VAC ban, making that a total of three in his career.


A number of players have been affected by the discovery of the private cheat. Quan-Qing “qz” Wu, who recently stood in for TyLoo’s Handel “BnTeT” Ferdinand and Kevin “xccurate” Susanto during the WESG China Finals, was one of the pros (now former), who also got punished.

Qz is no stranger to cheating it would seem, since he has faced repeated VAC bans since 2013. His first VAC ban was during the MSI Beat It in 2013, which at the time was a small tournament, so didn’t garner much attention. Two years later, when he joined TyLoo, he was barred from playing when ESL employees were told of his ban in 2013. Qz then defended himself saying that he was sharing the account, as it was rather difficult to acquire the game with common means of payment at the time. However, the account he swapped to during the MSI event was also VAC banned. Majority do not think this was a coincidence. He was dropped from the team.

Other players to get hit by the VAC ban wave include some big streamers and holders of some rather pricey inventories (upwards of $20,000!). There were a number of Chinese pros who were affected by this detection, but there are no verifications as who exactly yet.



Manish "Trigger-Happy" Rajesh

If he's not gaming, he's... no wait he's always gaming.

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