ESIC has jus banned 35 CSGO pro players for match-fixing

Match-fixing continues to be a problem in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pro scene. The Esports Integrity Commission has confirmed 35 bans after conducting investigations into breaches of the Anti-Corruption Code in CSGO competitions. This was a two-year process of investigating match-fixing in Australia, Europe, and the United States. ESIC found that the CSGO players in question had bet on their own matches or bet against their own team in ESIC member events, according to an announcement made on Twitter. The report also noted that the banned players had participated in “collusive behavi…

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