Amid the spree of match-fixing scandals in CS: GO’s North America scene, one other alleged scandal got here to the fore with Hunter “SicK” Mims, who presently performs Valorant for Sentinels, tweeting a clip.
The clip in query exhibits an ESEA match between InFinity Esports and Monstars in CS: GO’s Mud 2.
On this specific spherical of the clip, the place Monstars are on the Terrorist facet, the gamers of Monstars push A Lengthy with rifles towards InFinity Esports’ eco spherical, the place that they had solely USPs and Desert Eagles.
There isn’t any laborious proof for the throw of Monstars. Nevertheless, it may be simply derived from their unprofessional sluggish reflexes and lack of utility utilization that they have been more than likely throwing the spherical.
One other alleged CS: GO match-fixing clip comes into mild
This specific clip of alleged CS: GO match-fixing is related to the Valorant scene as properly. One of many gamers from the Monstars facet, Ian “tex” Bosch, joined the Valorant roster of NRG on March 24, 2021.
The plot thickened as Ryan “Shanks” Ngo, who left NRG only a day earlier than Tex joined, additionally had a match-fixing allegation. Jake Sucky from Esports Speak replied to the tweet questioning the competence of NRG as a company. It appears baffling that an esports group would signal gamers who’ve been alleged CS: GO match-fixers.
One other ex-CS: GO Valorant participant, Abdo “c4Lypso” Agha, who may be noticed within the clip taking part in for Monstars, replied to the Twitter publish saying,
“I’ve no smokes bro and im ready for my teammate to throw his then i maintain flank and get jiggle double dinked f* u need me to do i bought destroyed”
To which, SicK replied,
“I imply the primary peek was not a jiggle in any respect and the best way you took the struggle made no sense. I am not saying you threw the sport as a result of I’ve no proof myself, however its essentially the most suspicious clip I’ve seen up to now.”
C4lypso went on his try and subdue the allegation by saying:
“I used to be making an attempt to assist reck struggle ct by not blocking him then I noticed he had a smoke so I instructed him to smoke bomb. I 100% agree that I used to be sluggish on the lengthy man and positively ought to’ve sprayed him no questions.”
C4lypso presently performs for the Canadian Valorant crew, Rise, the place there are two extra gamers who have been accused of CS: GO match-fixing: Shanks and Poised. This once more raises a query on Rise’s high quality of background checks on gamers.
All of this comes amid the NA CS: GO match-fixing scandal spree, which has apparently grown its roots very deep. It will likely be attention-grabbing to see within the coming days how the CS: GO scene releases itself out of all these scandals.
On the Valorant facet, this additionally holds relevance for the reason that Valorant scene additionally will get affected as lots of its professional gamers’ historical past is rooted within the CS: GO realm.