As some of you may, or might not, know, Michael ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek used to play Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to a quite good level. That means that once in a while someone will hop into his chat and ask the hugely popular banner if he fancies offering Valve’s shooter another go.

It took place again recently, and Shroud seized the day to review the state of the video game. He was playing Valorant at the time, which is essentially Riot’s take on CSGO, so utilizes that as a point of comparison. “I ‘d like to play CSGO if it was excellent,” he says. “The beauty of Valorant is its availability. You leap in, you play, you’re confident, and you play your one or 2 video games, having fun or suffer, however a minimum of you understand you’re not going to get cheated.”

Shroud then discusses that many casual games of CSGO he plays reportedly include somebody utilizing aimbot, sprintbot, wall hacks, or normally just teleporting about the location. Even prior to Valorant came on the scene, Riot was highlighting the competitive game’s Lead anti-cheat system. CSGO is significantly older, to be fair to it, though problems of cheating have persisted for a long time.