"SCANDAL" content on TweakTown - Page 1
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Amid arrests and betting scandals, Korean Team PRIME officially closes
Amid arrests and betting scandals, Korean StarCraft II squad Team PRIME closes its doors.
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'
What happens when you don't play by Valve's rules
What exactly happens to teams and players that partake in activities like betting rings and match-fixing scandals? Valve isn't kind.
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.
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.
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.
Epsilon suspends its CS:GO team over match-fixing allegation
Another match-fixing CS:GO scandal has emerged. Former Epsilon teammate "GMX" has alleged his old team threw a match in order to win skins on CSGOLounge.
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.
Counter-Strike professionals cop life-long tournament bans
Valve and ESEA swing their ban-hammer, providing life-long bans for numerous top American and Canadian Counter-Strike professionals.
Samsung says ad agency bribed devs who posted about competition
Samsung admits PR firm bribed bloggers for post, says it condemns the unethical actions, and apologizes.
Eric Schmidt turns down opportunity to be in Obama cabinet
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt declines a place in Obama's cabinet.
MegaUpload's Kim Dotcom gets money and Mercedes back, also involved in political scandal
Dotcom receives some of his assets back from the NZ government.
Facebook Tries Save Face In Google PR Debacle
Facebook PR storm briefly explained.