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Valve-banned CS:GO player Braxton 'swag' Pierce joins team as analyst
Valve-banned professional CS:GO player Braxton 'swag' Pierce has joined professional team Cloud9 as an analyst - 'Swag Analyst'
iBUYPOWER announce $5,000 CS:GO invitational - could this be a trial?
After stating that they "look forward to building a new team to compete on the game's biggest stages," iBUYPOWER has announced a $5,000 CS:GO invitational.
The ex-ESC Gaming CS:GO team have had Valve's lifetime bans lifted
Polish CS:GO players have had their lifetime Valve bans lifted due to lack of evidence and a further investigation.
The CSGO ban saga continues, multiple players handed lifetime holidays
More CS:GO match-fixers encounter the Valve ban hammer, with ESEA joining suit and banning numerous French and Polish players for life.
Players and community members call for shortened Valve CS:GO bans
Professional players and community members speak up, asking Valve to decrease their ban durations for members involved in match-fixing and betting scandals.
French CS:GO player fxy0 released from Epsilon with a 1-year Valve ban
Joey "fxy0" Schlosser has been removed from Epsilon and given a 1-year Valve tournament ban, alongside ex-teammate Kevin "Uzzziii" Vernel.
French CS:GO player 'fyx0' admits his team partook in match-fixing
Ex-Epsilon CS:GO player Joey "fxy0" Schlosser has made a video confession to HLTV, admitting match-fixing took place.
UPDATE: CS:GO player GMX claims ScreaM didn't throw the match
Robin "GMX" Stahmer speaks up - claiming ScreaM was not involved in any plan for match-fixing.
Banned canadian CS:GO professional Joshua 'steel' Nissan speaks up
Banned Canadian CS:GO professional player Joshua 'steel' Nissan speaks up - issuing a public statement on his Facebook fan page.
iBUYPOWER have announced they will continue to support CS:GO
iBUYPOWER have officially announced that they "look forward to building a new team to compete on the game's biggest stages" despite recent players' actions.
Banned American CS:GO player Braxton "swag" Pierce apologizes to fans
17-year-old banned American CS:GO player Braxton "swag" Pierce apologizes to fans, stating that "the ban was necessary"
More Counter Strike tournaments join the banned-wagon, FACEIT and CEVO
FACEIT and CEVO join the banned-wagon, barring the American and Canadian professional CS:GO players from competing in their events due to recent scandals.
Chinese Government announce settlement for Qualcomm anti-trust case
Qualcomm could be up for large fines thanks to some NDRC investigations.