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Discussion in 'CS:GO Pre-Sale Questions' started by xzsjustin, Jul 6, 2017.
150+ after rage and no OW
No, the 100+ points aren't true. What is true is the ≥11 reports. As long as you don't get 11 reports or more in 24h, you should be fine.
I'm not sure if this is the case for prime, I have heard somewhere on this forum that on prime, it is the same case as non prime.
prime i believe is either 5 or 6
Prime is still 11 reports.
this i can confirm. burned 20 prime accounts for this info (along with some more info )
Regardless, Valve wouldn't implement something like that just for a different type of server. Take the Wingman operating mission for example.
Only reason Prime exists is to deter hackers from playing on Prime server due to the risk of having a mobile number banned (which you can buy for £1 a month any ways).
Rumors were spreading this is how it is, and I wanted to make sure. Also, you can't trust Valve to be logical. It would be way easier to statistically calculated the frequencies of reports received per player for an overwatch case than just "11 reports a day."
As for prime, it's also difficult to achieve level 21.
Exactly. The main thing the guys that can't play without looking legit face is constantly either getting banned after 3-4 games or only playing one game a day. That does make level 21 difficult to achieve. Regardless of level, most people are afraid of losing a phone number due to that either being linked to their other steam profile as authentication or it just being too costly (which it's not).
Plan at the end of the month:
See if I can buy the phone number I want
See if it'll link to steam
Add it to my global non-prime legit hacking account if it links to steam
EZ profit when reselling
I've basically just got my friend's phone number. She doesn't give a hoot cause she isn't gonna play CS:GO she is like my santa claus
pics or didnt happen
Pics of her he means @rivriv0
I'm not picky.
I am though
They may have a sudden spike in reports, or they may have slowly built up many reports over a long period of time. Additionally, a player may appear in a test case replay that has previously received a not-guilty verdict.
never heard something like this ever happend nor experienced it myself in houndres of matches. shows that valve is mostly telling bs