Announcement: Richard @officialxizt Landström steps down from the active #CSGO roster. We welcome Dennis @denniscsgod Edman to the line-up.— Ninjas in Pyjamas 🇸🇪 (@NiPGaming) February 13, 2018
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Forsaken's time-to-damage is equal to s1mple's and faster than Magisk's; he had higher Engagement Accuracy than any player on Liquid, Astralis, or Natus Vincere. He also had the lowest amount of deaths from outside his POV on his team.
Today, we saw a player live up to his name and totally forsake sportsmanship by cheating at a LAN. Since forsaken has a somewhat considerable LAN history, we decided to dig into some of the statistics behind his play to see if there's anything to learn about cheating in CSGO.— SixteenZero (@SixteenZero) October 20, 2018
DeKay: „I can’t believe teams were willing to spend nearly $300,000 on Snax when KioShiMa was available for FREE.“
I can’t believe teams were willing to spend nearly $300,000 on Snax when KioShiMa was available for FREE.— DeKay (@dekay) October 19, 2018
It has been confirmed by Extremesland Officials that @OpTicIndia player ‘foresaken’ has been caught with hacks on his PC. The team has been dismissed from the tournament immediately and the player will be sent home on the next flight. No further statements from OptiC at this time— CSGO2ASIA (@CSGO2ASIA) October 19, 2018