Valve has released a statement wherein it communicated to Opskins, not to use their IP. The public statement was posted on the official Counter-Strike website wherein Valve stated that Opskins usage of their IP was not allowed.
Skin betting has been a controversial topic among the esports world, esports betting websites have announced the usage of skin betting sites and how negative it can be.
The full message can be read below or on the official Valve website
For the last two years, Valve has enforced our Steam Subscriber Agreement terms as described in this post.
In March 2018, we applied a seven-day trade cooldown to CS:GO trades, to fight fraud and misuse of Steam Accounts.
On June 6, OPSkins launched ExpressTrade, which uses Valve intellectual property and violates our Steam Subscriber Agreement, and is already being used by other businesses to avoid Valve policies.
Today we messaged OPSkins to cease using Valve intellectual property. We also notified them that we will lock OPSkins Steam Accounts by June 21st, 2018.
Message sent to OPSkins: