$2 million in one haul: CS:GO hacker allegedly steals from ‘most expensive inventory’ of all time

Part of the inventory has already been sold.

A hacker allegedly stole more than $2 million in CS:GO skins and items from skin collector ohnePixel’s inventory, which he claims is the “most expensive” of all time.

Ohnepixel said his inventory contained seven souvenir AWP Dragon Lore, which is one of the most expensive skins that CS:GO players can own. He alleged some items had already been sold, while the rest were sent to the hacker’s Steam account and are on a trade hold.

Ohnepixel urged the CS:GO developers or an employee at Steam to contact him so he can retrieve the items. There’s still time to recover some of the items, according to the skin collector.

The email and password of his Steam profile were changed a week ago and he did not notice it, according to ohnepixel. Apparently, the hacker didn’t even bother to make a huge profit on the skins and instead sold part of the inventory for the market price listed on Steam.

Skins and cosmetics in general are a huge part of the success of CS:GO. This is not only because the average player can buy and equip them, but also because cosmetics, such as team logos and player autographs, are released for every CS:GO Major.

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