Earlier today I wrote an article discussing the owner of CSGO Diamonds admitting to scamming it’s users for livestream promotions. A few minutes ago the Twitch streamer who was involved in the scandal (mOe) began responding through a series of tweets. We will keep track of them and store them here incase any of them are deleted in the coming hours or days. Here is mOe’s response to the CSGO Diamonds scamming incident, as well as his involvment in the fraud.
CSGO Diamonds Scamming Response by mOe
mOe started off by acknowledging that CSGO Diamonds was committing fraud. He also confirmed what was said in the confession tweet that he was being sent the results pre-roll in order to scam viewers into signing up on the site (with the belief that they could make a lot of money gambling on negative expected value events too). mOe also claimed that he did not want to receive them, although he had no moral issue with using them once received.
He follows it up by claiming that the owner said he never offered a fraud partnership to any other YouTubers/streamers that were sponsored by CSGO Diamonds. mOe claims that he believes this was a lie, as CSGO Diamonds is the “shadiest site”.
Moe claims that no site that he has done business with has ever offered sketchy activities as we have seen with the CSGO Diamonds scamming situation. He also states that he never plans on having anything CSGO Diamonds related on his stream ever again due to this incident.
mOe states that he has screenshots of Skype conversations between him and the owner. He says that the owner was trying to justify committing fraud in order to drive more traffic to the site. We have these Skype conversations later on in the article.
He admits that he is just as much to blame in the CSGO Diamonds scamming scandal as the owner. He states that he should have walked away after the fraud partnership was proposed to him on Skype.
mOe also states that no other site has ever offered to commit fraud with him in the past. This was a response to CSGO Diamond’s confession stating that any Provably Fair site could use hashs to predict future rolls and outcomes.
When confronted by another Twitter user about not passing off the blame, mOe admits that he got involved with CSGO Diamonds without intention of committing fraud, and that in the end it was a mistake.
CSGO Diamonds Scamming Skype Messages
mOe further exposes the owner of CSGO Diamonds by releasing Skype conversations they had together. Judging from the fact that the screenshots say “TODAY”, we can assume mOe took these at the time of their conversation in order to have a back-up plan when all things failed.
Here are the conversations that they had together. The owner of CSGO Diamonds is very aggressive with mOe while attempting to explain to them how the scam would work. mOe has some hesitations about the issue, believing that his viewers would know it was rigged.
mOe approaches the situation with caution. He immediately identifies that doing such a thing will violate the integrity of the website. The owner is careless, replying “eh not really” when mOe brings up the issue.
CSGO Diamonds Scamming Conclusion
It is clear that both parties are in the wrong. CSGO Diamonds is guilty of scamming it’s users by committing fraud in order to attract more individuals (most of which are underage) to their website. mOe is guilty of participating in fraud, as well as having no respect for his audience. I believe this will be the first of many situations involving Counterstrike betting sites due to the embarassing lack of regulation. American Betting will be watching their every step in order to expose them when necessary.