Walking in the hall of shame, the entire roster for OpTic India CS: GO has been dropped by Optic Gaming. In the eXTREMESLAND 2018 Asia Finals, Nikhil ‘forksaken’ Kumawat was found cheating in the Group C elimination match against the team Revolution
In the leaked images by a Twitter user liuxinwei0102 showcases the use of word.exe.log in order to perform the hack during the match.
— 辛味。 (@liuxinwei0102) October 19, 2018
This act from OpTic India player is really shameful and has been condemned by the top Esports players from around the world
OpTic India released Indian CS GO Roster
OpTic India has released their official statement mentioning
“We stand strongly against any form of cheating as it not only tarnishes the local roster, but potentially harms competitive integrity in the region,” OpTic said on its India team Twitter. “We have terminated [forsaken]’s contract for his actions… We are also releasing the remaining roster to pursue new opportunities with other competitive options.”
— OpTic India (@OpTicIndia) October 19, 2018
ESL’s Summer Premiership Winner, OpTic India title is also now under scrutiny, as ESL India may invalidate their win and can revoke the title from them
Also, The Esports Integrity Coalition (ESIC) has taken its stance on this matter and considering life-time ban on the player “Forsaken” , resulting him not playing any competitive sports in the future.
— CSGO2ASIA (@CSGO2ASIA) October 19, 2018