October 19, 2020
We are sad to announce that Amaterasu is resigning from her position as Head Anti-Cheat and League Admin.
The Anti-Cheat Staff would like to take this opportunity to thank Amaterasu for her hard work and uninterrupted dedication, volunteering a great amount of time to ensure each case is fully documented and well-structured to reduce the workload for other members. This inspired us to adhere to the high standards she set, and many of her suggestions also improved the way in which we are organised today. She helped raise the efficiency of our staff, from initial report to case verdict while still focusing on the utmost accuracy in her judgements.
We hope she will keep progressing and wish her all the best in her future endeavours.
Meanwhile, quintosh, who has been helping out the staff for some time now, has officially re-joined our Anti-Cheat team!
Anti-Cheat Applications: Apply Now!
We have open positions for anyone interested in working for a league free from cheaters. Anti-Cheat admins ensure fair competition in the league by analysing submitted evidence for signs of cheats and issuing bans to confirmed cheaters. Submitted evidence is rarely clear-cut – most cases are challenging and involve a fair bit of “forensic work”.
Anti-Cheat staff need to have a good sense of trust and morality, additionally be excited by detective work and technical aspects of the source engine that come with demo viewing and cheats and such. It is also important to have no bias and be respectful of the democratic process on voting.
For trials we would like to put a focus on how much available time for Anti-Cheat work you have as well as you having a good knowledge of the game.