KRiMZ, Fnatic’s CSGO Pro Has Been Served VAC Ban

VAC Banned

Valve Anti-Cheat (VAC) ban is been handed to Freddy “KRiMZ” Johansson from the Fnatic CSGO lineup. KRiMZ is from Sweden and a 26-year-old two-time major event winner. During the peak period, Fnatic had won ESL One: Katowice 2015 and ESL One: Cologne 2015 back-to-back events. Since 2013 he has won almost 20 premier LAN events adding to his wall of achievement.

Valve-Anti-Cheat (VAC) ban on opening Johansson’s steam profile is in sight with “0 days since the last ban”. This means that the ban has been served to the occupant in the last 24 hours but still it is not clear for which game is the ban issued.

Uncertainty in Ban

It can be considered that Freddy’s VAC in question could be a glitch or an error in the matrix. KRiMZ has been playing in the CSGO lineup for FNATIC for as long as 5 years as being a highly decorated CSGO player before taking a different path for GODSENT.

CSGO: ESL One: Katowice 2015
ESL One: Katowice 2015

There could be an error in Valve’s Anti Cheat systems as the 26-year-old Swedish is, however, not banned on FACEIT. So it is still uncertain.

KRiMZ has been playing for Fnatic in his entire career alongside Flusha & JW and is one of the longest standing squad in the CSGO pro scene.

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