French CS: GO player Jason Nguyen 'Kyojin' Wang has revealed that he can now perform on the professional stage as Valve cleared an unfair VAC ban from his name following an investigation into a cheat case.
“It’s my pleasure to share news that is very dear to me and is likely to change my life. I have long wanted to get official confirmation from Valve to dispel rumors and clear my name. A few weeks ago, Jerome Coupes[Prodigy founder Agency]suggested help me carry out a full investigation with Valve. After a long and difficult work and a number of discussions, I am pleased to announce that I can officially participate in tournaments from Valve! What can I say... I am very excited and will give my best to the game from today. that you won't be disappointed. "
The automatic Valve Anti Cheat system blocked the Frenchman's account in 2018, most likely due to the fact that at the age of eight, Nguyen played from someone else's account, which was subsequently blocked by a VAC ban. Full investigation by the developers allowed the Frenchman to get his account unlocked and get the opportunity to play professional CS: GO matches.
Kyojin, by the way, received an invitation to Team Heretics, however, due to suspicions of using cheats, he could not accept an invite to join the team. Renowned esports athletes including Lucas 'gla1ve' Rossander, Richard 'shox' Papillon, Nathan 'NBK-' Schmitt and others have congratulated Jason Nguyen Wan on a momentous occasion. The latter took part in various qualifying events and even managed to play with ex-Team Vitality player Nabil 'Nivera' Benrlit.
3 years ago Valve investigated the case of Robin 'robiin' Sjögren and removed the VAC ban from the Swedish player.