So since the announcement of Valve’s letters regarding bots and possibly banning them we’ve lost partners and started talking with a large number of websites that have claimed to find workarounds in hopes of finding additional partnerships that can continue to help us keep Top Frag running. One website was willing to discuss with us their solution for their website which they say will continue to operate and smoothly.
CSGO.one although not on the list of the first Valve cease and desist letter has been speculating what to do if their bots were to get banned by Valve. Today they would like to speak about the likelihood of that. Also if their bots were banned and what would happen to your skins as a result. We have discussed with their coders and they did what they could to explain just how they plan to combat any sanctions. The administrators at CSGO.one have assured us that in order for Valve to have them cease operations they would need to restructure the entire steam trading system. In light of this fact they have decided to preventatively create a deposit/withdraw system that wouldn’t be affected by bot bans. Each game will have its own bot, which means that they will be disposable. This greatly decreases the risk of CSGO.one losing any large amount of skins, which means any bans wouldn’t result in the loss of skins! Also, it was recently their one-year anniversary so in celebration of that twice a week, on Friday and Sunday, they turn off commission on CSGO.one and the winner gets the entire sum of money from the prize pool. Of course their discounted days and this post are adverts but out of all the sites we’ve talked to CSGO.one was the only one to provide us with an actual plan. If you feel inclined to keep gambling your skins, we recommend checking them out.