Indian Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Team Has Been Disqualified From Major International Tournament For Cheating

One of the biggest e-sports organizations in the world, Optic Gaming has an Indian counter strike: Global Abusive Team Disqualified from Extremand 2018 Asia Finals for Fraud. Nikhil 'Forsaken' of Optic India, Kumawat, was discovered in an unofficial program on his PC during team match against the revolution in the Group C elimination match of the $ 100,000 tournament. According to the reports, it seems that suspicious activity from his PC was flagged by the anti-cheetah of incident, which was being examined by the administrators.


Kumavat closed the Counter-Strike: Global offensive and quickly removed the background running program. This led to a deep investigation that threw the rescue program which would not be able to run. However, the event organizers and their PCs were flagged by anti-cheat systems, Kumaavat's behavior was sufficient to make Optic India disqualified.

Now, Kumawat has been released from Optic India. A tweet from Optic India has also confirmed that he has separated the way with his other roster. In addition, the official ESL India Twitter account has asked for optical India's fall season title and ESL Pro League Asia looking for its next location. Sahabane, Kumawat has a history of fraud and it was called for two years ago.

Optic set up shop with the announcement of establishing an all-India counter strike in India a year ago: Global Offensive Team According to a prepared statement from the company in May, he partnered with two local Indian e-sports companies, AFK Gaming and SoStronk to discover the talent needed for his local team.

According to the selection process highlighted by the optic, the candidate will do extensive evaluation based on the role-based and in-game analysis, on the basis of psychiatrists and theoretical tests. "Its leadership is led by Prashant Aequitas' Prabhakar and the support of the SoStronk team, the optic gaming scouting director Ali Sabah did it. Obviously this was not enough.

It comes at a time when Indian e-sports do not grow as fast as possible. Is not it the choice of big companies like Nodwin failing to pay its vendors, Uciefer blocked its Technology 7 video on YouTube in an attempt to counter its reality show to an extent, or Asian Games The quarrel of Indian selection process seems to be very excited for e-sports fans in India.

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