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A CSGO account with one of the most valuable inventories in all of gaming history has been hacked, with items worth around $2 million.
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As many will know, in the popular video game, it is possible to resell the different items obtained from the boxes within the title, making many of the super rare items worth thousands of dollars.
This is why many of these items are so precious and for many players, they are a means to earn money in the different markets inside and outside CSGO, who use some accounts as vaults to store them and then resell them.
One of these accounts is the one that apparently would have been hacked into the nick HFB skin collector, who has items in his inventory such as seven AWP Dragon Lore souvenirs, historical stickers and autographs from the competitive ecosystem, as well as a Blue Gem Karambit of blue gem #1, which has an estimated value of more than $1.26 million dollars.
The news was reported by the skin expert ohnePixelon his Twitter account, stating that “This is the most expensive inventory of all time, containing the most legendary items in CS:GO history.”
On the other hand, the possible way in which the account was hacked has drawn criticism towards Valve as Steam has a market usage lockout time of one week after users log in from a new device or change their password. , something that would have been omitted by the hacker, requesting permission via Steam support ticket.
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