Just a few months later a number of professional Counterstrike Players were banned from betting on their own gamesthe Esports Integrity Commission has imposed sanctions “against 35 players for betting violations ”.
These crimes took place in Australia, North America and Europe, and ESIC works with police in every area, especially Australia, where such things are possible Break the law.
While ESIC says the sanctions are not yet an example of match fixing, they add that “There is a high likelihood that match fixing fees will be charged as a result of the ongoing investigation. “
The bans, the severity of which varies from 12 months to 60 months, are wagering for a combination of players wagering on their own games versus their team in competition and only generally to games in competitions in which they participate.