ESIC sanctions 34 coaches in 1st CSGO coaching exploit report

The Esports Integrity Coalition released the first of two reports on its investigation into the use of an exploit that allowed Counter-Strike: Global Offensive coaches to gain a competitive advantage in professional matches.Almost a month after referees Steve Dudenhoeffer and Michal Slowinski released news of the exploit to the public, the ESIC has released its initial results from its investigation. The first part of the Coalition’s report named 37 coaches that the ESIC, in cooperation with Dudenhoeffer and Slowinski, found to have used the exploit. The ESIC’s punishments technically only app…

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