The problem of cheaters in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is not a new thing and is, in fact, haunting the scene for a while. Every so often, players can be seen complaining about the increasing number of cheaters and hackers in CSGO and many claims to be stuck in a certain rank due to the existent cheaters in the title.
However, is it truly the cheating problem that’s holding you down? Or are you just bad at the game?
Don’t worry, ‘cause you can now check the number of cheaters that you’ve queued up with in the past in only a few minutes.
The Google Chrome extension Ban Checker for Steam enables you to identify players that have a VAC ban on their record. With this extension, players can check their past matches to find the presence of hackers. Moreover, since this is a browser-based extension, you don’t even need to open your Steam client to do so.
How to Check the Number of Hackers in Your CSGO Games
To use the above-mentioned browser extension, simply follow these steps:
- Download the Ban Checker for Steam Google Chrome extension and install it
- Log in to your Steam account
- Go to your profile, and click on ‘Games’ on the right side
- Beneath the CSGO tab, click on the “Personal Game Data” drop-down menu to check your game data.
- Click on the “Load Whole Match History” button on Ban Checker for Steam
- Click on “Check Loaded Matches for Bans”
That’s all you need to do in order to check whether you’ve played with or against hackers in CSGO in the past. However, do note that this ban checker isn’t solely applicable to CSGO, which means that if a person you’ve played within the past later receives a VAC ban on a different account, it’ll also show up on the banned players’ list.