y0 kicked from uFlux after evidence of cheating
Less than a week after we posted the news post we received of the new team uFlux, news came in that player Aidan “y0” Holloway had been kicked from the team after accusations and evidence of cheating came to light. The uFlux twitter account also tweeted the following:
Due to recent evidence brought to light, @y0csgo has been removed from our CS:GO Roster. We will keep you posted on who is replacing him.
— uFlux (@uFluxGG) August 11, 2017
The player is still actively denying these cheating claims and refuses to accept the evidence of his cheating despite multiple bans on his name under different accounts on FACEIT and even on STEAM it’s self.
Though not all the aim can be pointed at y0, His team mates Adam “ADZY” McLaughlin and Connor “Demized“ Worrall have shady pasts. Both of them have previous bans on ESEA for allegedly using a type of cheat called a “skin changer” in a PUG. Whether they used any other form of cheat is unknown, but we do know it lead to 1 year cheating bans on the ESEA platform. Both have since made new ESEA accounts and steam accounts in an effort to wipe their records clean.
Demized also released this twitlonger about the situation with the team:
This whole situation – Please read
— Connor Worrall (@demizedcs) August 11, 2017
A decision is also being made by Epic.LAN in regards to whether y0 should be banned from future Epic events.
We’ve also come into possession of a chat log between y0 and a friend of his where he admits to attempting to cheat at lan but failing because he didn’t have time to load cheats onto a USB drive.
You can read this chat log here: https://pastebin.com/XgATMebm (names deleted to protect privacy)
regulator.y0: and then he just u know
regulator.y0: was a cheater
regulator.y0: dank meme
: you used them on main?
: thats a yeah then
regulator.y0: it is
: so how long till VAC lel
regulator.y0: dont make me fucking laugh
: you still cheating on this account then?
One of the few videos that came out which show Aidan being very suspicious in official matches can be found HERE
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