Flusha caught in cheating allegations
Following the recent VAC ban wave that led to the removal of Hovik "KQLY" Tovmassian and Gordon "Sf" Giry from their respective rosters, it now appears that Robin "flusha" Rönnquist of fnatic has also come under fire by cheating allegations.
The Swedish player recently received a variety of cheating allegations, notably from Ninjas in Pyjamas coach Faruk "pita" Pita when he posted a Tweet that said that it would be a "fking disgrace to the community and every hardworking player" if the CS:GO developers allowed him to play in DreamHack Winter 2014. The Tweet has since been removed.
He later posted the following Tweet with a video allegedly supporting his claim:
http://t.co/FHTxdFfrAo hahahahah..... no comments— Faruk 'pita' Pita (@farukpita) November 23, 2014
Many members of the community have also pointed to the following videos as even more evidence for his cheating:
Fnatic's very own Jonatan "Devilwalk" Lundberg swiftly came to defend the player, saying pita himself should be ashamed.
@FnaticDevilwalk Bullshit I'm sorry mate but taking that stand point after watching this is pure Bullshit. Lets hope for everyone its random— Jacob Winneche (@PimpCSGO) November 23, 2014
While the videos above may seem to be conclusive evidence of flusha cheating, it is important to note that nothing has been confirmed yet by either Valve or DreamHack. Stay tuned for more information regarding the cheating scandals.
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