Dunno if you guys have been following DreamHack, but a major controversy erupted today during the final map of fnatic VS. LDLC's BO3 quarterfinal. Basically, fnatic discovered a "questionable" boost spot months ago, sat on it without revealing it, then decided to use it to gain an advantage when they were down 13-3 against LDLC on the final map, Overpass. fnatic went on to win thanks in large part to the advantage they gained from this spot, along with LDLC's lack of knowledge of how to counter it. Here is a video that sums it up: As you can see in this screenshot, one guy is basically floating while another stands on his head to look over the wall: A screenshot from Hammer, showing that the spot was meant to be clipped. What do you guys think? Boosting / 'pixelwalking' is something that has existed since pretty much the beginning in Counter-Strike and I think it's pretty interesting that it has come up in such a major way at what is arguably one of the biggest events for CS:GO. IMO its a blatant exploit and fnatic should be DQ'd. Pretty shameless of them to hold onto this for months rather than revealing it and giving VALVe the opportunity to address this weakness in the map.