Day of Defeat : Source is a First Person Shooter originally released in September 2005. Several years later the game is still popular and being played competitively in a number of Leagues and Cups. However by the time this site was launched in September 2011 cheating had becoming a problem for which there seemed no effective solution. There was no central database of convicted cheaters and no-one actively looking for them in the first place.
Despondent with the in-action and attitude towards cheating a group of individuals from the European DOD:S community formed the Anti-Cheat Committee to sit and act in judgement of those caught cheating, or investigate those suspected of cheating within the public and competitive DOD:S scene. The ACC provide a public database to all eSport organizations who wish to facilitate a clean, competitive event while also providing a platform for the public from which to provide definitive proof and inform others of individuals caught cheating.
This summer saw an outcry from the Day of Defeat Source community for something major to happen to stop the abuse of people cheating and exploiting the game we all love. Several members of the scene took notice and decided to step up and produce a working committee of Day of Defeat Source players who can judge and act on such incidents.