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CSGO.one's players have announced that they have parted ways with the skin jackpot website after being asked to fix some online matches.
CSGO.one ventured into competitive Counter-Strike in November by taking the team known as Orgless, a mixture of Hungarian and Danish players, under its wings.
After finishing in third place at the ESL South East Europe Championship Season 2, CSGO.one recruited André "BARBARR" Möller, and since then their results have been improving, with the team qualifying for the European Minor Championship and finishing top four in the first qualifier for IEM Katowice.
But the partnership with CSGO.one has come to an abrupt end, after the players were allegedly asked by the owners of the skin jackpot website to fix matches in Operation: Kinguin #2, a $20,000 online tournament.
"We are from today called Team Orgless after being proposed by CSGO.one to throw our upcoming games in Operation Kinguin," team member André "BARBARR" Möller told HLTV.org.
"We want to make it clear that we are never going to accept such behavior.
"We are now seeking support for our upcoming tournaments, such as the European Minor and Assembly Winter. All inquiries can be sent to [email protected]"
The news is likely to reignite the discussion about the increased involvement of skin gambling websites, which more often than not are unregulated, in top-flight Counter-Strike.
Orgless, who have been drawn into Group B for the European Minor, alongside Lemondogs, HellRaiser and DenDD, have the following roster:
Attila "boco" Árvai (coach)
The EU which has around 200 million more people than the US barely produces a higher nominal GDP collectively. No country even comes close, all of Scandinavia included (scroll down the list a while, you'll find them)
thats not per capita, and since it isnt, why would you even bring up population? hypocrite?
if you have a country of a billion people, but they all have 1 dollar each, everyone would be poor. you could call that country a shit country. if you had a country with 10 people but they all had 100$ each their living standards would be better, despite the other country having more money in total? catch my drift?
the american guy said europoors, but theres way more poverty in the US than norway. he's a retard and so are you.
Also I bring population into it as you would think "developed 1st world eu lololol" would have a FAR greater nominal GDP with 1.6x the fucking people lol
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Huge respect to the players
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Hopefully you guys will find a new org ASAP, and GL BarBarr <3
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This and fucking people that play ONLY for skins.
They bet, if their team lose they say they need to disband or that they threw, if they win they say 'ez skins', it's ridiculous, CS is more than this crap.
You could have chosen to decline that offer and not make this public. My biggest respect to you guys!
I fucking hope that POS website goes down the drain
Those type of gambling sites (as well as that alphadraft fantasy esports bullshit) should be all banned.
I bet it's all a show. CSGO one is going bankrupt and they are going out with a bang so that they get a good sponsorship for their honesty.
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Not about the players, but this is a gambling website we are talking about.
Since they are "watching" when you login, they can just block the website access via STEAM API.
Then its totally RiP to that shitty gambling website, which wanted the players "risk" their careers for a match-fixing (not proved, but theres the case probably).
since the bots need a mobile app to use the trades (or it has 72h to wait), its a good way to make them a big loss.
However, the site has tons of bots, it will be hard to ban them all.
Let's see what valve has to say about this, they probably are discussing this situation.
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Barbarr and danish players.. Yes.
90% hungarian players are throwers..
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Only because volvo loves eu
1 of this matches: K1CK.Hungary vs Latvian unskilled players eXanimo.
fucking actors dont have oscar!
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But still, good decision.
respect to the guys for declining!
fuck gambling websites.
i hope they'll join a better org soon.
and that the exact same drama happens with CSGL
huge respect for these dudes.
also, please don't give your hard-earned money to these fly-by-night gambling websites.
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Players don't want anything to do with matchfixing now because they're terrfied that their careers will be ended if they get caught.
Sad it has come to this tbh.
And how is it hilarious?
I swear to god, fucking hltv retards.....
stomping bocos team back in da day
So please no more whining about these bans, ktnxbye.
They're trying to blame it on language barrier
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I don't know, how the hell it would be even more obvious that they tried to convince Orgless to throw than this language barrier thing. But at least we really know the truth. RESTECP
What could POSSIBLY go wrong?
they already throw many matches..
now just the org dont want to pay as much as they want for lans, flight etc.
probably the org want to blackmail them but they did the first step with this lies :D
Take note ex-IBP - this is how true professionals shoud act.
-Wanna throw again?
-Ye, but more money this time.
-No, less money this time.
-If i will tell anybody - u will get lifetime ban but my site will be ok.
-We are from today called Team Orgless after being proposed by CSGO.one to throw our upcoming games in Operation Kinguin.
HLTV spam respect +1.
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