What’s Up With This Bizarre Steam Account Part of 200,000 Groups?



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A number of Steam users have recently stumbled upon a bizarre account that is part of almost 200,000 groups. The account has one friend, no profile image and is level zero but is part of an insane number of groups.

The first mention of it came from a Reddit user who wondered what the account could be for, considering its really strange circumstances. For some, the account shows up as private, for others as disabled, while a number of people can see the page in all its glory. It’s been suggested that it’s a bot to be used by Steam according to SteamDB programmer Martin Benjamins, but that still can’t be confirmed.

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Valve or the page itself has yet to comment on it, but we’ll keep you updated when this gaming mystery is solved.

Source: Kotaku


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4 Responses to “What’s Up With This Bizarre Steam Account Part of 200,000 Groups?”
  1. DiegoPanella says:

    good to know i’m not the only one wondering that. Men i get a lot of friends request from those profiles. It’s really anoying. Of course i block them right when i one.

  2. Andres Reyes says:

    The Neo of Steam?

  3. Jordan Kytyn Benns says:

    >featured group: “furry”

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