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(We received clear evidence...), so someone tipped-off WG? (WG didn't know this is happening?)

If this is happening under WG's nose, I wonder how many clans do this.

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First was Asia (Season 8):

 

Now (season 9) its EU.

I don't think it's going to be the last one.

 

Edit:

NA just posted. 2 more in the chopping board.

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4 minutes ago, notyourfather said:

(We received clear evidence...), so someone tipped-off WG? (WG didn't know this is happening?)

If this is happening under WG's nose, I wonder how many clans do this.

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Time to sell steel directly in prem shop lol

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1 hour ago, ahwai82 said:

Time to sell steel directly in prem shop lol

I'm listening...

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1 hour ago, ahwai82 said:

Time to sell steel directly in prem shop lol

they did it when they first introduce steel and made it into a campaign and sold for $40~80 just to unlock it

guess round 2 wargaming?

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2 hours ago, Max_Battle said:

I'm listening...

pass this to wg, easy revenue there selling steel

2 hours ago, Gummiheng said:

they did it when they first introduce steel and made it into a campaign and sold for $40~80 just to unlock it

guess round 2 wargaming?

pay money and still have to grind, who got time for that so just sell steel like doubloons 🤣

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Can someone spell out exactly what they did? I don't get it.

"massively and repeatedly transferred access" means clan members let other players play on their accounts. But what is "trading steel" and how does letting someone else use my account allow steel to be traded?

 

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17 minutes ago, Rina_Pon said:

Can someone spell out exactly what they did? I don't get it.

"massively and repeatedly transferred access" means clan members let other players play on their accounts. But what is "trading steel" and how does letting someone else use my account allow steel to be traded?

 

Someone correct me if I’m wrong.   Player A will transfer his account into said clan and clan player will play that account in CB to earn steel on behalf of player A.  Player A pays a fee for this service and then the account is transferred back to player A.   Rinse repeat for monetary for clan players while the random s get steel in their accounts.    

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5 minutes ago, RalphTheTheatreCat said:

Someone correct me if I’m wrong.   Player A will transfer his account into said clan and clan player will play that account in CB to earn steel on behalf of player A.  Player A pays a fee for this service and then the account is transferred back to player A.   Rinse repeat for monetary for clan players while the random s get steel in their accounts.    

Oh, that makes sense.

And, I suppose, since this involves accounts being moved into a clan and then out of it rapidly, and a sudden spike of WR, I guess its pretty easy for WG to spot.

How much steel are we talking about here though? And how much is it worth? No one gets Stalingrad from one season of CB ... 

 

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It could also mean players within a clan are sharing their logins with various other members within the clan. They then have other better players within the clan to help them play their account out to grind the steel for them.
Account sharing seems fine but they are doing it in mass and they are doing so in a competitive season.

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13 minutes ago, RalphTheTheatreCat said:

Someone correct me if I’m wrong.   Player A will transfer his account into said clan and clan player will play that account in CB to earn steel on behalf of player A.  Player A pays a fee for this service and then the account is transferred back to player A.   Rinse repeat for monetary for clan players while the random s get steel in their accounts.    

Ah so it is basically account sharing. Pay some unicum player to grind steel on your account.

Trading steel makes it sound like they were rigging matches or something. WG should have just said they were punished account sharing.

I suspect WG worded it that way to differentiate between types of account sharing like sharing accounts between family members.

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40 minutes ago, Thyaliad said:

Ah so it is basically account sharing. Pay some unicum player to grind steel on your account.

Trading steel makes it sound like they were rigging matches or something. WG should have just said they were punished account sharing.

I suspect WG worded it that way to differentiate between types of account sharing like sharing accounts between family members.

They could also do it in their own free will, like how sometimes you dont mind treating your friends.
But I am sure there is alot more stuff to it. But hey, its a welcomed one, this mainland clans have been quite sketchy.

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