Ex anti-cheat developer for Riot and Blizzard offers Valve help to fight cheaters
Ex anti-cheat developer for Riot and Blizzard Nemanja Mulasmajic, who now works at the technology company Byfron Technologies, expressed his willingness to help Valve tackle the problem with cheaters in CS:GO.
Mulasmajic's message was directed to one of the developers of Counter-Strike Global Offensive, John McDonald, who stated that there is still a lot to be done to finally eliminate cheating. The Valve representative also noted that all major games are vulnerable to a large number of cheaters in one way or another.
John, I'd love to chat with you on this problem space. I believe my company can greatly assist with your cheating issue in CSGO. Feel free to send me a DM if you're interested (since I can't send you one). Btw: happy holidays!— Nemi (@0xNemi) December 31, 2021
A year ago McDonald said that most CS:GO players face cheaters in about one of forty matches.