When people don't do well in a game, it is common for them to run to the cheat accusation. All those free gold things on Facebook and YouTube are scams. Some folks have a lot of cash to spend on gold, and others spend 16 hours a day playing a game. Nothing you can do about it.
Or that BlueLeopard even admitted in a post that "people cheat and it's literally impossible to stop."
I mean what fucking incentive do you have when you hear an admin say that? I'm having a pissing war over 1500 gold with GLU support (which is horrible, btw) and there are hackers selling 100k gold without a fucking thing being done.
Cheating has existed since the existence of humans, bro. If you have a simple way to get rid of them all, I'd love to hear it. I'm sure the QA teams at Blizzard, EA, and PlayerUnknown would love to hear the same thing.
Every move that we make as a company will lead to hate. Rockstar does a mass ban of people in GTA Online and boom, they lost tens to thousands of users. Everybody talks massive ish about Destiny 2 and boom, it's the highest grossing release of the year. That's just the internet.
I'm well aware of the hackers are selling gold. There's measures taken. We're just not the kind of company that'll announce everything we do. We're not the San Francisco 49ers.
Does anybody have anything else to say other than CPU teams are overpowered and you lose all the time? While this is the case for most of you, it still offers the most rewards at the lowest in-game prices, not to mention the pennant buffs are permanent.
I personally do not like Reddit at all, mainly because the whole thing is such an eyesore to navigate.
But if you have questions, I'll be more than happy to answer them via PM. Of course, if questions are asked for the main purpose to put the company in a questionable light, I'd have to kindly pass on a few.
Those that have interacted with me know that I'm more straightforward than I should be, but if I'm being trolled or even detect a hint of snarkiness that I know I have nothing to do with -- I won't give it the time of day.