shells and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, two concepts that have gone hand in hand almost since the game’s release. Many were streamers and content creators, we’ve seen endlessly opening boxes with the same result: nothing. However, most resort to third party websiteswhere gambling is promoted to get these precious aspects.
And now, after an exhaustive investigation of 300 streamers the largest CS:GO content creator focused on shooter Valve tactician Honggungan released a video demonstrating that 75% streamers These bookmakers have ever promoted or gambling with game skins.
Relatively YouTubenumber increases: approx. 80% belonging youtubers from CS:GO promoted these websites where the public can play for big money with different weapon skins as if they were real money.
Problem? That neither Twitch nor YouTube allow supposedly unregulated bookmakers to promote, nor do they allow content creators to share referral codes to save some when their subscribers decide to invest.
None of these platforms do anything to prevent this problem and The valve doesn’t move a finger either. despite the strict ban on this type of activity. That’s why, with a pretty well-crafted video, he wants to send a message to the company to eradicate this problem, which affects more than just gambling: compulsive gambling is not a game, and this type of content encourages these thoughts.
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