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CS:GO streamer admits to accepting in-game items for undisclosed promotional videos

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Bessie Scavotto
Jul 05, 2016 13:33
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An in-game screenshot from CS:GO that shows the coveted Dragon Lore skin.

YouTube personality PsiSyndicate has admitted that two videos which depicted him using a Counter Strike: GO CS:GO weapon-skin gambling website were rigged with pre-determined outcomes, in an effort to draw more users to the site in return for rare items.

PsiSyndicate - real name Lewis Stewart - revealed in a video posted on his YouTube channel that he neglected to disclose the agreement made with the site called SteamLoto.

The UK-based streamer highlights the two videos in question - "CS:GO — AWP Dragon Lore Unboxing!"

and "CS:GO — AWP Medusa Unboxing!"

- wherein he makes PayPal payments for random skin drops separated into categories based on in-game rarity.

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