ah yes, i forgot that Riot could forsee this player bringing up this argument, and recorded only the video of their games.
no, for them to know exactly what happened in those games, they would have to have a database of EVERYONES games. you can't comprehend the resources Riot would have to devote JUST for game replays to do that.
A) Organization has blind spots due to monetary deficeits. As such, they do not have an absolute knowledge of what occurs.
B) Organization is reduced to fostering a Panoptic system to create the belief that they see all and know all.
C) Individuals utilizing the organization's services know this blindspot and can blatently take advantage of it, as such.
D) When caught, the onus of proof should always be on the organization - who has invited said offender to use the service without obligatory charge - and that, even when a relatively accurate improvised system has been developed, it is still subject to scrutny?
E) Because of A) and the sheer numbers game that is occuring due to C) that cannot possibly hope to cope with B), that D) will always be the result. As such, we should NEVER believe that the system works, because, and I quote Louis Althusser, "that would be wicked" to think otherwise.
See what I did there? I am putting in a lot of non-essential information and vaguely related issues into a discussion that didn't really needed to be directed to this pathway.
Oh wait, sorry, I don't know what you are saying cause, clearly, I don't have the imagination to grasp at every little nuance of argument POSSIBLE that bolster a faltering rhetorical performance.
I digress once again,
Please, tell me more.