Cheating Caught during Live Broadcast of Paris Major Qualifier
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is a high-fidelity video game allowing multiple players to understand tactical shooting efficiently. There are various tournaments concerning the game, allowing players to showcase their skills and tactical knowledge about multiplayer video shooting. In a recent tournament, the Paris Major Qualifier, a North American player named Pawt from the team Fun Mix was banned from the game for cheating. Esports believes in fair gameplay, allowing players to showcase and win tournaments based on their talents and game understanding. However, on February 14th, there was an open-qualifier game for the Paris Major tournament between Fun Mix and Strife. The game was broadcasted live, revealing the chats between the two teams. The revelation from the conversations provided an understanding that Pawt was using unfair methods to win the open qualifier.
Both Casters and Players had a shocking revelation
During the live streaming of the game between Fun mix and Strife, casters and players of the tournament were in a dilemma about the sudden ban of Pawt. However, the chats between the two teams highlighted the use of foul play, thereby leading to the player’s ban from the CS: GO tournament. Esports gaming communities that helps organise events for players. Players cheating during a tier-1 game is not usually a sight caster gets to see. This has been a primary concern for esports, and they do not support unfair means to win a game. Each player has a unique talent and quality, allowing them to improve their gameplay and understanding of the tournament.
Previous playoffs by Fun Mix
The RTR tournaments were qualifiers for the Blast.Tv Paris Major tournaments, where competitors fight for a spot to enter the major tournament. Before being banned from the game, Fun mix defeated Goomba, a Canadian team, with a 16-13 score in the round of 32. However, Goomba overturned the scoreboard and advanced to the round of 16. This was mainly because Pawt was banned from the tournament.
Esports allows players to improve and enhance their gaming skills and tactical understandings. The tournament organiser took a practical decision by banning Pawt for using unfair and foul methods to win a game. The CS: GO Paris Major qualifier is in continuation, and teams are fighting themselves to win a spot in the championship.