csgosk guide:The logs strongly suggest PhantomL0rd

  •   Yet another massively popular streaming personality has been involved in a CS:GO skin betting scandal as James "PhantomL0rd" Varga is alleged to own a gambling site he heavily promoted, Buy CSGO Skins while using "house money" and asking for site odds to aid in betting on stream.

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       The evidence for these allegations, provided to Richard Lewis by a hacker attempting to steal from the site CSGOShuffle.com, comes in the form of Skype logs which appear to be genuine.

      The logs strongly suggest PhantomL0rd – a Twitch streamer with almost 1.4m followers, the seventh largest on the site – is the owner, or at least has a vested interest in the site.

      Evidence shows Varga discussing a joint business venture with the target of the hack Duhau Joris, a French web developer whom owns the CSGOShuffle domain.

      Varga talks about their collective business and organises bank payments and cheques in excess of $20,000 to Joris, despite claiming to only be sponsored by the site once questions were raised about his relationship in the wake of Trevor "Tmartn" Martin and Tom "ProSyndicate" Cassell's unmasking as the owners of CSGOLotto this month.

      

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       Questions as to why a site would require payment from a streamer they are sponsoring are only compounded as Varga goes on to ask Joris to deposit skins into his account via one of CSGOShuffle's bots used to collect bets as he has 24,000 viewers on his stream and nothing to bet with. Joris is concerned about Varga using 10% of the site's revenue for advertising.

      "Not wanting to capitalize on a unique moment of massive advertising is silly," Varga says in the logs. "You should know better, besides look at where care and I have brought you to. Don't forget to be friendly and help us out in return even if moments don't make sense."

      The third party Varga is referring to here, cAre, is known as one of the most prolific skin gamblers in the CS:GO trading community, and Lewis says there are logs implicating him as well that are currently being translated (as both Joris and cAre are French).

       Both cAre and Varga have won large sums from the site, as the Twitter feed currently shows a huge payout pot that both partook of in May of 2015.

      Further logs between Varga and Joris suggest that as early as November of last year he knew that CSGOLotto was owned by "Syndicate" and also that another site, CSGOWild, was affiliated with the eSports organisation FaZe.

      "Also [CSGOLotto] the syndicate site and [CSGOWild] by the cod faze guys," Varga says. "I'm talking to both looking into what they're doing and if its [sic] a threat or not."

       Accusations that CSGOWild (which stopped operating in the US shortly before CSGOLotto was exposed) is owned or part-owned by FaZe owner Ricky Banks and Nordan "Rain" Shat have been repeatedly denied by the two.

       On Friday, July 31, Varga begins asking Joris for the percentage odds on site rolls. "Gonna make a few bets here and there," Varga says. "Mind if I poke you for the %?"

      He then asks several times over the next hour for a percentage, which varies between 69% and 15%, assumedly with the intent of only betting at opportune times.

      However, in a future log, Varga then asks Joris for help in winning bets made on the site. "Hey gonna bet some rounds to gain a few skins for today's stream," he says. "Let me know when you can help me out. I'd like to fail snipe a round, tell me when the % is low."

      Varga also asks Joris to see about deleting some of his bet history: "Anything around the first 50 rounds and below," he says. "Really bad that it shows I have entered the #1 round lol."

      Valve responded to the initial CSGOLotto scandal by halting all third-party skin gambling sites as they were in violation of Terms of Service in place since 2010.

      PhantomL0rd gained global attention in 2013 after being one of CSGO Items the earliest victims of a "swatting" incident in which armed police raided his home after trolls placed hoax calls.

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