Epsilon suspend CS:GO team

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Following the recent match-fixing scandal within the Counter Strike: Global Offensive competitive community, several organisations have implemented a ‘zero tolerance’ stance towards the individuals expressing deceptive tendencies.

Unfortunately, Epsilon eSports have become the latest organisation to find themselves emerged within the recent allegations, as a direct result of a statement issued by former teammate Robin ‘GMX’ Stahmer.


Only a mere 48 hours after being released from the organisation, GMX took to social media platforms Twitter and Facebook to reveal the shocking information that Epsilon had intentionally lost an ESEA match against OverGaming, in order to profit from a number of bets placed by friends on the popular website, CSGOLounge.