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ESIC Banned 37 CS: GO Coach for Proven Cheating in Tournaments!

There is a lot of discussion about cheating in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) tournament which was carried out by the coaches because it made use of a bug spectator. Previously, several coaches had been known to cheat. Responding to this fraud, the Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC) responded quickly and immediately stepped in to conduct an investigation to find out if there were coaches from other teams who also cheated.

ESIC immediately dispatched many members to investigate approximately 100 thousand existing matches. This paid off and we found 37 other CS: GO trainers who also took advantage of this bug.

All coaches who commit these cheating are not allowed to compete and train professional teams. However, ESIC also provides varying penalties depending on how often you use the bug.

The steps taken by ESIC are really good. ESIC itself stated that it was their duty to keep the CS: GO esports realm clean and fair.