mousesports releases Rejin after admission to CSGO cheating

mousesports announced that it has released head coach Allan “⁠Rejin⁠” Petersen after his involvement in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s coaching exploit scandal.Rejin was one of 37 coaches who received punishments handed down by the Esports Integrity Coalition after it investigated reports that CSGO coaches had exploited a flaw in CSGO’s spectator code. The exploit gave coaches free reign over a CSGO server by allowing them to spectate any spot on a CSGO map, including enemy positions, loadouts, and utility.The ESIC’s punishments weren’t dramatic, but those handed down from ESIC members suc…

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