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Sunday November 30, 2014

Counter-Strike Tournament Reveals Exploits Equal Cheating In eSports

eSports is the new kid on the block as far as professional sports is concerned and is still evolving into what it will eventually become.There will always be growing pains with rules being written and re-written as the situation warrants. Such is the case in point at Dreamhack. Was it a cheat or a legal move?

Dreamhack in Sweden hosts the world’s largest Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament, and the matches in question occurred during a quarterfinal match between Swedish team Fnatic and French team LDLC.

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