BeyondTheSummit to lift the ban on Team Redemption
BeyondTheSummit has decided that it is time to give a chance to Team Redemption and to end the ban, which was caused by multiple instances of match fixing, that prevented them from participating in any of the BTS hosted events.
The team was previously caught in a scandal of match fixing that resulted into multiple bans from many organizers. They were then banned from any Valve hosted events in the future as "Valve does not forgive, does not forget" and they do not take this mistakes for granted. Although they were formally in a new team called "Team Redemption", the ban was not for the Arrow Gaming roster but upon each player themselves.
But the time has come for them to finally redeem themselves from the mistake they have caused before as BTS has decided to lift the ban that prevents them from participating in any of their hosted events and tournaments. The news came from Team Redemption's facebook post which includes their gratitude for lifting the ban. It is indeed that BTS has forgiven them and had forgotten the scandal but this seems not the case for Valve as there are still no news about what the future holds for the team in accordance to The International and the Majors.
June 2013 - Solo caught match-fixing, today: directly invited to Valve major. Wonder when it's time Valve let @Arrowgg compete again?— David GoDz Parker (@BTSGoDz) October 16, 2015
It is still up for the team whether they will do something to clear up their name and to show the world that they are redeemed and changed or not.