Yes, the official LEAGUE TEAM, Carbon, has been caught red-handed. David Live admits to have accepted a bribe of $100 to share his live-stream so that Carbon could "ghost". He also left his phone on while on the line with Andrej so Carbon could hear him. This is a disappointing turn of events in the Cross Fire competitive community.
Also, OCG doesn't affiliate with ESG whatsoever, therefore there would probably be no consequence. The OCG caster/streamer is trusted, a pretty cool guy and has agreed to help out ESG stream for a bit due to the loss of this kid. OCG anti-cheat has caught most hacks, whereas ESG's anticheat doesn't seem to do anything :/
Apparently there was someone walling and only from looking at the replay did ESG realise. 1 more reason why OCG is better.
Edit: i have no idea why anyone would want to play ESG tourneys anyway, they're a joke.
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They only cheated by using information that was gave to them. Not as bad as hacking and getting an advantage unfairly. Yet this was unfair and retarded to do. My bribe? 2 CF GM accounts and $500 PayPal LOLOLOLOLOLOL