forsaken caught cheating at eXTREMESLAND; OpTic India disqualified
During OpTic India's elimination match against Revolution, the admin team discovered that Nikhil "forsaken" Kumawat was using a cheating software, resulting in his team's dismissal from the tournament.
OpTic India won the first map, Inferno, 16-7, and the second map was half-way done when a long pause ensued. Afterwards, the eXTREMESLAND 2018 Asia Finals admin teams announced that forsaken was using cheats in the match.
Representatives of CSGO2ASIA, who were on-site when the incident happened, shone more light on the situation. The article explains that the "B5 platform anti-cheat" was triggered after suspicious activity, which prompted the admins to inspect forsaken's PC. After alt-tabbing, the admin spotted a suspicious program running in the background, which forsaken quickly closed and deleted. The admin team recovered the file but wasn't able to get the program back up-and-running, however, visual observation combined with the anti-cheat trigger was deemed enough by eXTREMESLAND admins for a disqualification to be warranted.