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I had quite an interesting match a few days ago, where ~3 bots joined my team at once. We kicked all of them and not a single one f2'd. Then the last bot tried to kick a human, the vote failed after 5 seconds. Then the last bot got kicked.
From what I've seen, most people complaining about botting seem to come from North America.
The Americans create the AI, the European fight the AI.