If you suggest I believe cheat devs are stupid, I'd like to suggest you believe that the players, the whole staff at LANs, and everyone watching is stupid.
what sense does it make to risk your whole career for a slightly better tournament placing, which would represent only a tiny portion of your income as a pro-gamer?
As for your USADA related claims: so athletic looks are proof that someone is doping, despite stringent, technologically advanced testing?
Anything more than a minor advantage
Also, it would be in the interest of the non-cheating players to point out the cheating players.
The organizers / staff would be stupid because ...
going from 35% to 45% LG + guaranteed clutch rails + guaranteed directs at close range + enemy detection via aimlockl = minor advantage?
What's the business model behind catching cheaters?
i wouldn't be surprised if id software devs have created code to modify the in-game experience of players, such that players receive more or less favorable experiences based on some internal criteria or whims.
id software devs have created code
"i wouldn't be surprised" doesn't convey any suspicion. it communicates a state of existence in which i *trumpet blast from god* would not be surprised by such a revelation.
while abusively blaming me for your own mistaken assumptions
As to the castle run he most definitely scripted that.