Swedish csgo MatchMaking platform Esportal have issued a statement regarding the VAC bans received by a host of players including Fnatic star Freddy ‘KRIMZ’ Johansson, who seem to be using their service.
As reported earlier, the problem does seem to lie in Esportal’s anticheat and the Swedish organisation has iterated that the issues seem to stem from compatibility issues between their private anticheat and VAC.
We earlier mentioned in our previous report about there being a similar incident in the Asian region with 5E Arena and Esportal have highlighted the same in their statement, iterating that theirs seem to be a similar issue and that they working relentlessly to ensure the VAC bans caused by their anticheat are reversed and that the users can play freely on their platform without the fear of getting their steam account VAC banned.
Esportal also stated that until such a resolution is reached with Valve, they will cease their services with immediate effect in order to prevent any more players being affected by the compatibility issue.
Esportal have moved quickly to ensure they can provide the optimum service and justice to the players wronged by their platform in a way and it will be intriguing to see how long it takes before Valve does indeed provide them with justice and assurance as regards their anticheat.