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CS:GO banned the most expensive inventory account in the game
The owner of one of the largest collections of skins in CS:GO with the nickname Seacat received a block from the developers. According to the description of the block, Seacat can use his Steam account and access purchased games. However, he may be prohibited from participating in online CS:GO matches and/or trading items from the shooter. Seacat may appeal the ban by contacting Valve.