Team player OpTic CS:GO banned for 5 years.

Team player OpTic CS:GO banned for 5 years.

    The Commission cybersport Esports Integrity Coalition banned the player of the OpTic at the India CS:GO Nikila "forsaken" Kumawat for 5 years for cheating. Foul play has brought several victories OpTic, so bookmakers can cancel bets on matches involving the team.

    Forsaken caught for using Chita "avtonomka" on the CS:GO tournament Extremesland Zowie Asia in Shanghai. After that, the staff ESL India checked out video games OpTic in the championship of the ESL Premiership India, where the team took first place. It turned out that Forsaken was involved in cheating several times, he used "avtonavodku" in the championship of India and the tournament eXtremesland.

    Kumawat could be banned for life because he was caught cheating for the second time (in 2017 he was banned from playing for 6 months). But Commission members felt that a lifetime ban would be too harsh a measure and ban a player for 5 years. In an interview with AFK Gaming Kumawat admitted in violation of rules and stated that none of his teammates did not know about it. He has 2 days to appeal the decision of Esports Integrity Coalition, but Kumawat hardly use this.

    Esports Integrity Coalition was created in 2016 to combat cheating, match-fixing and doping in eSports. This organization enforces the rules and punishes violators. Kumawat will not be able to perform on a professional stage for 5 years, and his team OpTic India announced its disbandment. The players wanted to play for a team caught cheating, and decided to look for another team.