In the month of June 10th in 2015, the Valve brought CS: GO’s over watch feature in the version of beta. This get hit the ground limping, the purpose of the over watch as the community of the players can be driven drive to clean up the CS: GO community of the toxic griefers and the cheaters in the game-play. The whole concept which has been seeing was highly-reported the players in the in-game demos which was recorded and anonymously sent to multiple members of the CS: GO community, and for an XP bonus, these members would review the demos. After a large numbers of rounds, they would have acquit or convict the player for either cheating or grieving. CS:GO pros have been
While Valve has done an excellent job at negating false convictions.
The system is ultimately human, and false bans do occur. Even CS: GO pros aren’t above the system.
The CS: GO pros to receive over watch bans
The Pimp was 25 year old Danish who was the ex-professional Jacob. Pimp Winneche has found himself on receiving end of a 35-day over watch ban on 7th May 2020. The former Team Liquid player took to twitter to share his thoughts on the incident.
He was another person to be ban, XMS was French rifler Alexander “xms” Forte.
Who was known for his entry skills with the former team EnVyUs, received an over watch ban in March 2018. While the other players had a context to their bans, xms was utterly perplexed when he got suspended.
Even reaching out to the CS: GO community
The bearded beast himself, Erik “fl0m” Flom, is another casualty on Valve’s hitlist. He got handed an over watch ban in March 2020, presumably for grieving. Users can witness the game that led to his ban and the actual moment on stream in the video below.