The ESIC (Esports Integrity Commission) has launched a new investigation after CS:GO coach HUNDEN claimed that players from top team Heroic knew about the use of the Coaching Bug.
Banned CS:GO coach Nicolai “HUNDEN” Petersen has claimed that Danish organisation Heroic and players knew that and how the infamous coaching bug was being used. HUNDEN passed on the incriminating information to the ESIC, which has now launched a formal investigation into the statements.
The information referred to by HUNDEN is said to show, as confirmed by former Heroic player Nikolaj “niko” Kristensen, that the team knew about its use. Added to this are logs that allegedly clarify that René “TeSeS” Madsen helped HUNDEN use a bugged camera in the game.
If TeSeS doesn't immediately deny these accusations, the situation is pretty clear to me.
And if the rest of the team was in on it but denies it simply because no direct evidence links them and leaves TeSes to take the fall alone, fuck them too.
Also, fuck HUNDEN regardless. https://t.co/nXlqSYa8gW
— Janko Paunovic (@YNk) September 3, 2021
Earlier this summer, HUNDEN left the Heroic organisation. The team stated that he had breached his contract and game strategies were given to other teams during ESL One Cologne. The ESIC imposed a two-year ban as a result.
ESIC issues sanction against Nicolai "HUNDEN" Petersen
ESIC has issued a 2-year ban to Nicolai “HUNDEN” Petersen for engaging in behaviour that threatened harm to the reputation and competitive integrity of esports.
— ESIC (@ESIC_Official) August 27, 2021