Players refuse Blast access to voice comms and camera

Due to recent stream sniping issues amongst teams, ESIC issued a ruling to limit stream sniping. This ruling began the recording of video streams and voice communications of each player. Players refuse Blast The Counter-Strike Professional Players’ Association (CSPPA) released a statement over the issue 15 minutes before Blast Premier Fall finals’ first match. In short, it says the players are concerned over the use of the stored data, and they have every right to be. Blast posts “Mic’d Up” segments on YouTube, which showcase the team comms during certain critical moments of the game. However, one of these segments […] The post Players refuse Blast access to voice comms and camera appeared first on Daily Esports.
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