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Esports Integrity Commission bans 37 Counter-Strike coaches for cheating

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The Esports Integrity Coalition has banned about 37 CS:GO coaches. They took this decision when they found the coaches abusing an in-game exploit. ESIC will be releasing one more report after concluding a CS:GO cheating investigation which will be revealed by the end of October.

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The CS:GO coaching scandal was discovered first by Michal Slowinski and Steve Dudenhoeffe. This has cast darkness over the competitive integrity of the game. Since then, ESIC has banned three caches of CS:GO for about 6 months to 24 months. The duo was then commissioned by the coalition for the investigations that were to be done in future. The first report was released on 28, 2020.

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As a response to the above report, ESIC banned 37 coaches for changing durations. The coaches in the above report were proved guilty for making use of the coaching bug. The bug allowed them to gather the information and take unfair advantage in the competitive matches. The coaching bug came into light back in 2016. SO, now thousands of professional matches are under the investigation.

The first report by ESIC was released on the CS:GO coaching exploit. They found 37 coaches guilty of wrong practices.

37 names have been mentioned in the above reports. The names are- Nicolai “HUNDEN” Petersen, Ricardo “dead” Sinigaglia and Aleksandr “MechanoGun” Bogatyrev. The list consists of the top coaches of CS:GO esports teams. 

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Here is the complete list of the coaches:

  • Slaava “⁠Twista⁠” Räsänen (2 cases) – 15.75 months (12.50% concessions)
  • Peter “⁠casle⁠” Sørensen (2) – 10 months (0%)
  • Rodrigo “⁠dinamo⁠” Haro (2) – 10 months (0%)
  • Arno “⁠ArnoZ1K4⁠” Junior (1) – 10 months (0%)
  • Allan “⁠Rejin⁠” Petersen (7) – 19.8 months (45%)
  • Eliomar “glou” Hernandez (2) – 10 months (0%)
  • Arthur “⁠prd⁠” Resende (5) – 10 months (0%)
  • Alexey “⁠NooK⁠” Kozlovskiy (1) – 7.5 months (25%)
  • Henrique “⁠rikz⁠” Waku (1) – 10 months (0%)
  • Alessandro “⁠Apoka⁠” Marcucci (6) – 5.4 months (85%)
  • Aleksandr “⁠zoneR⁠” Bogatiryev (16) – 36 months (0%)
  • Germán “hellpa” Morath (2) – 10 months (0%)
  • Egor “fuRy^” Morin (1) – 7.5 months (25%)
  • Aset “⁠Solaar⁠” Sembiyev (2) – 10 months (0%)
  • Nicolai “⁠HUNDEN⁠” Petersen (2) – 8 months (20%)
  • Ricardo “⁠dead⁠” Sinigaglia (5) – 6.5 months (35%)
  • Nicholas “⁠guerri⁠” Nogueira (2) – 4 months (60%)
  • Faruk “⁠pita⁠” Pita (2) – 10 months (0%)
  • Erik “⁠AKIMOV⁠” Akimov (1) – 7.5 months (25%)
  • Ivan “⁠F_1N⁠” Kochugov (6) – 8.75 months (12.50%)
  • Bruno “⁠ellllll⁠” Ono (3) – 10 months (0%)
  • Pedro “⁠peu⁠” Lopes (2) – 5 months (0%)
  • Robert “⁠RobbaN⁠” Dahlström (1) – 5.5 months (45%)
  • Mariusz “⁠Loord⁠” Cybulski (2) – 6 months (40%)
  • Anton “⁠ToH1o⁠” Georgiev (2) – 10 months (0%)
  • Andrey “⁠Andi⁠” Prokhorov (1) – 10 months (0%)
  • Milan “⁠pepik⁠” Gellebra (1) – 10 months (0%)
  • Morgan “⁠B1GGY⁠” Madour (3) – 7.5 months (25%)
  • Christian “⁠chrille⁠” Lindberg (2) – 10 months (0%)
  • starix⁠ (1) – 10 months (0%)
  • Alexander “⁠ave⁠” Holdt (1) – 6 months (40%)
  • Jasmeet “⁠RoSeY⁠” Gill (1) – 10 months (0%)
  • Sergey “⁠lmbt⁠” Bezhanov (3) – 7.5 months (25%)
  • Henrik “⁠FeTiSh⁠” Christensen (1) – 3.75 months (25%)
  • Mikołaj “⁠miNirox⁠” Michałków (1) – 3.75 months (25%)
  • Nikolay “⁠pNshr⁠” Paunin (1) – 3.75 months (25%)
  • Casper “⁠ruggah⁠” Due (1) – 3.75 months (25%)

However, the coaches can appeal the decision by writing their issues to the Chairman of Independent Disciplinary Panel, Kevin Carpenter at [email protected]

 

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