35 CS:GO players banned for betting on matches

35 CS:GO players banned for betting on matches

In October, the Esports Integrity Commission, a body established in 2016 to investigate and prosecute “all forms of cheating in esports, including, but not limited to, match manipulation and doping,” suspended seven Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pros for betting on matches—a big no-no in professional sports. (Just ask Pete Rose.) It also warned that those sanctions came as “part of a wider investigation,” and that “there are a high volume of investigations being coordinated by ESIC relating to match manipulation behaviour.”

Today it announced that its ongoing investigation into ESEA events in Australia have resulted in another 35 suspensions of CS:GO competitors for terms ranging from one to five years, and that two of the players suspended in October have also had the terms of their suspensions extended. 

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