Riot Hires Anti-Cheat Expert

A post on TwitLonger from Mohamed "GamerDoc" Al-Sharifi explains he's been hired by Riot to become a professional cheat fighter (thanks Eurogamer.net). This is something he's been doing on his own in Overwatch and Valorant, as discussed in this Vice article. He explains how this is a second chance in life after brushes with homelessness following his flight from his war-torn original home of Iraq. Here's a bit on what he'll be doing:
Yes, finally I can say that I been working closely with riot to the point they asked me to join them in the fight against cheaters, and of course, I said yes, the entire Vanguard team are filled with the same passion as me I really love their work and fight against cheaters, and I am honoured to be part of that team I will work extremely hard to make sure I protect all the players and make sure we protect the competitive integrity of riots titles, I will be exclusively be working for Riot and not other titles anymore I hope many of you understand why

I am grateful to have been given a second chance in life; it was like almost four months ago; I almost went homeless again. Thanks to all of you guys and supporting my work, I got offered a job, and this is just my passion so I couldn't have asked for a better dream job; its everything I ever wanted, and I am eternally grateful for it.