As I said, in 2017, I can't see there not being the technology and the know-how to bypass any cheat protections, at least not on a 14 year old game using a 3rd party software. The match commentators would have no idea if someone had e-tags or one-shot kill, for example. Match commentators, or anyone else, doesn't know what a player is doing on their end with their PS2/PC. At best, all they can do is accuse and guess, but e-tags and one-shot kills are easily explained away with "Been playing for 14 years, I know all the spots where people go" and "I'm just getting headshots". To be clear, I'm not saying their IS cheating. I'm simply saying three things: There's no way to know for certain if there's cheating or not, there's every chance that there is, and the higher the stakes get the more cheating will eventually become an issue.