CS:GO participant banned for dishonest throughout North American Paris Major qualifier

A CS:GO participant was banned on Feb. 14 for dishonest throughout an open qualifier for BLAST.television Paris Major.

A participant named pawt from a crew referred to as Fun Mix was banned in the course of the recreation in opposition to Strife for dishonest, based on Dust2.us. The match was broadcasted reside by the outlet, and the second that the person was banned was caught on digicam.

At first, the casters had been stunned as to why pawt was thrown out of the sport, however the chat log between the 2 groups revealed that he was banned for dishonest. This, naturally, resulted in disbelief from each the casters and the gamers themselves.

Previously, Fun Mix defeated a Canadian crew named goomba stomp within the spherical of 32 with a 16-13 rating. This rating was overturned, and it was the latter who superior to the spherical of 16 on account of pawt receiving a ban for dishonest. There, Strife swiftly defeated goomba stomp 16-2, qualifying for the spherical of eight, the place they are going to face 4ORMULA in a best-of-three collection.

More surprisingly, the participant who was caught dishonest supposedly went reside on Twitch afterward, the place he streamed a pickup recreation with the identical crew on which he used the banned software program, based on one consumer on CS:GO Reddit.

Very not often there are instances of CS:GO gamers dishonest in qualifiers for any sort of tier-one match, particularly for Valve-sponsored Majors, making this one really mind-boggling.

Currently, gamers from all around the world are attempting their luck in open qualifiers for the RMR tournaments. In the RMRs, groups will compete for a spot on the upcoming BLAST.television Paris CS:GO Major itself, which is scheduled to start on May 8.

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