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YouTubers avoid fine over Valve 'CS:GO' gambling scam

A pair of YouTubers have avoided fines after the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) charged them with steering viewers to a CS:GO gambling site without disclosing that they owned it. Despite misleading viewers (including teenagers) and paying other YouTube personalities to do the same, Trevor "TmarTN" Martin and Thomas "Syndicate" Cassell don't even need to admit guilt, the commission ruled.
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