ESIC to investigate historical coaching bug abuse

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The Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC) will contract the services of veteran esports referee Michal Slowinski and IT expert Steve Dudenhoeffer to examine demos dating back to 2016 to find any instances of the CS:GO coach spectating bug being used, ESIC announced today.

Slowinski and Dudenhoeffer were the ones who started investigating the bug that allowed coaches to spectate anywhere on the map. Three coaches have already been banned for at least six months earlier this week—Ricardo “dead” Sinigaglia from MIBR, HUNDEN from Heroic, and Aleksandr “MechanoGun” Bogatiryev from Hard Legion.



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