The recently banned Omega has denied all the cheating allegations through their statement!
Omega Esports has finally spoken after Valve dropped a ban on the organization, including its players.
Through their statement, the organization told that they had no idea regarding the cheating or the game-fixing allegations.
Omega also added that they were not able to receive an official copy of the decision from the organizers themselves.
“It is unfortunate that we have not yet received an official copy of the decision from the organizers of the league regarding this matter,” their statement read.
“We do not condone any form of cheating or game fixing in our organization. We will look into this matter and reach out to all the parties involved,” they added.
BTS on Twitter announced that Omega is banned from all Valve-sponsored events. The decision came after the organization was found guilty of engaging in match-fixing activities.
Following the ban, fans flamed the organization saying that they should focus on MLBB instead. Nosey fans trolled the players of the organization, especially Piolz who recently upgraded his PC.
Many fans told that Piolz was able to upgrade his setup due to his involvement in match-fixing activities.
“May bagong pc nmn si piolz eh oks lng yn.” (At least piolz has a new pc, that’s okay!) one netizen told.
Meanwhile, other organizations, including BOOM Esports and Execration benefited from the ban. BOOM Esports is now able to upgrade its DPC slot after the ban.
Execration, on the other hand, secured a slot due to the space left by Omega.