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Player's name is 3V1L. It's as obvious as a day that he toggled aimbot,or better say some kinda headshot aimbot. Locked his aim at my head and gave me abnormal damages. Turned it off and on.

First time he toggled it on with Uzi weapon:

The moments when he toggled it off with Uzi weapon:

Third video:

Last video:
Hello @The_Madman,
First off i would like to sincerely apologize for the delay in responding to you and would like to say thank you for your patience.

Secondly, I'd like to respond by saying that although we do accept videos as evidence and most certainly do ban on it when it is obvious, in this case it isn't as obvious/conspicuous as it may look to one (in this case, you first & foremost).

However, I would like to assure you that anyone & everyone who is reported will be always be kept on close watch, and if need be, will be forced to play with SAMPCAC when such reports and suspicions are raised, i hope that my reply helps in clearing any doubts and uncertainty. If you have any concerns and or questions, feel free to pm me or any Admin/Management & we will do our best to clear them.

Thank you.

P.S Should any Admin/Management feel the need to add anything, please feel free to.


(10-25-2016, 07:20 PM)George Wrote: Las Venturas Playground DOES ban players based off video evidence recorded by players. But the evidence is ONLY accepted when it's very clear abusing or cheating. Anything even slightly possible to be caused by desync (like health hacks) is not accepted.

Please note that we still want you to report your suspicions! However, please do so using /report [player] [reason] while in-game! Reports are visible to crew members via IRC, so reporting when you think there are no administrators online is still highly recommended!

Thank you for your time in reading!

(07-29-2020, 12:29 PM)Russell Wrote: First, we've been working on solidifying our support for SAMPCAC, again with much help from [Ds]PwN3R_B0T. We're now at the point where we're confident in the tool, and encourage you to use it if you're often reported for or suspected of cheating.