Ozstrik3r confirms match-fixing claims
French veteran Steeve "Ozstrik3r" Flavigni has confirmed that he knew from an inside source that Epsilon were going to lose the match against OverGaming.
Earlier today, Robin "GMX" Stahmer stunned the CS:GO community when he revealed that Epsilon lost an ESEA match against OverGaming on purpose when he was still part of the team.
He claimed that Epsilon's players profited through friends who placed bets on OverGaming, with vakarm.net reporting that one of the players who knew how the match was going to turn out was Steeve "Ozstrik3r" Flavigni, a former Imaginary Gaming member.
Ozstrik3r says he was told the outcome of the match beforehand
After GMX's claims went viral, the French veteran turned to Facebook to comment on the scandal, confirming that he was told Epsilon were going to lose the match.
"About Epsilon's fixed match: yes, I received the info second-handed by someone from my team (who, bizarrely, was not mentioned like other players)," Flavigni wrote on Facebook.
"Moreover, everyone knows I do not care about skins, so look at what I bet."
Even though the match between Epsilon and OverGaming was one of just three he has placed bets on, he only placed a very small value bet on this particular game.