Optic India’s forsaken has been reportedly terminated from the Zowie EXTREMESLAND 2018 Asia. As per the first reports, the organizers thus noted that there were indeed problems in the way forsaken was playing the game.
In a shocking discovery, an admin at Extremesland 2018 Asia Finals, Shanghai found Nikhil “foresaken” Kumawat of OpTic India hacking during their match against Revolution in the Group C elimination match. In a tweet, @CSGO2ASIA confirmed that the team was disqualified of the tournament immediately, and the 23 year old was sent home on the first flight back.
At this point, no statement has been released from OpTic India, who could find themselves in deep trouble, and will cast aspersions on all their victories, including the win at ESL India Fall Premiership, which could potentially make their spot at the ESL Pro League Asia Playoffs in jeopardy.
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
The blue wall qualified for the event by staying unbeaten throughout and by besting Entity Gaming 1-0 with a 1 map advantage. Coming into the tournament, the high flying Indian team lost 16-6 to FrostFire on Nuke and were losing to Revolution by 1 map before the cheat was detected by an admin in Cache after 21 rounds