compiled a list containing Steam Accounts, Twitter handles, and CSGORoll names of these traders, and the majority of them have been community banned by Valve.

When Steam users receive a community ban, they are permanently barred from trading their skins. As a result, the banned traders' skins remain stuck in inventory limbo until either the ban is lifted by Valve or the situation changes.

Valve's crackdown on the skin-gambling community began earlier this year when they banned three traders with collections valued at over six figures. Although Valve has been taking decisive action, external pressures related to illegal gambling have influenced these decisions. 

The Australian government, for example, has been closely monitoring CS:GO gambling websites and banned access to CSGORoll in May 2023.

Valve has faced previous challenges involving skin-gambling websites. In 2016, the company faced scrutiny from the Washington Gambling Commission, which prompted Valve to alter its policies regarding such websites. 

CSGORoll, in particular, faced criticism for an advertisement featuring G2's Ilya "m0NESY" Osipov. The timing and ethics surrounding the video's production raised concerns within the community.