12/26/2012 4:03:46 PM
No. No "assumptions" here. It's the one and same. The fucker even streamed his bot log on twitch by mistake. Additional evidence will be provided to Blizzard upon request.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
12/26/2012 12:48:30 PM
You know, that's just a tiny bit of evidence. There's loads more apart from what you can find by simply googling "Avoidlol". He's been at it in WoW as well. This guy is making a mockery out of Blizzard, the legit players, and his viewers.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
The sadest thing is that Blizzard does not react. Numerous player reports have simply been ignored and, like I said, the evidence is quite staggering and way beyond reasonable doubt. It appears that they focus solely on automated bot detection so the cheaters' main account are perfectly safe as long as they don't use those for botting. Avoid actually used his main for botting too at some point but that went undetected.
The thing is, botters like Avoid make so much on their bots that they simply don't give a rat's ass if a few of their bots fall victim to a ban wave. They just fire up new ones. In the mean time, their main accounts flaunt their imba stuff to other players who have absolutely no chance to get such gear. Avoid makes approx. 1 billion gold per week on his bots, according to himself.
People like him will never stop until Blizzard start banning their main accounts (to which the gold & gear is routed). I wish they had to guts to do that. I believe it would make the community happy to see consequences that matter.
All we can do it watch him snipe 2 billion items off the Auction House week after week.
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