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ENCE’s Twista Suspended Due To Abusing CS:GO Coach Bug

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Slaava “Twista” Räsänen is a 33-year-old Finnish former CS:GO player and currently a coach for ENCE since August 2018. After his arrival to the organization, ENCE became one of the best teams in the world.

As you might remember, CS:GO scene was shocked after learning about the abuse of the coach spectating bug that allows coaches to watch any point of the map, and most of the coaches banned because of using this bug for their favor.

Today, ENCE made a sad announcement on their official website and revealed that they suspended their coach, Twista, for using this bug back in 2017.

In the statement, ENCE wrote that Twista admitted he used this bug back in the days and that’s why they decided to suspend him. ENCE said that the suspension will continue until the investigations come to an end.

Here is the official statement from ENCE:

“As of today, we have suspended our CS:GO Head Coach Slaava “Twista” Räsänen. This week he has notified the organization of a coaching bug incident dating back to 2017. After consulting Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC) to further investigate the matter, we have decided to suspend him from his duties until further notice.

The investigation is expected to take 2 to 3 weeks according to ESIC. During our consultation, ESIC stated that we are allowed to let Twista act as a coach through the investigation period, but we have decided to suspend him regardless.

They added:

While Twista has done a stellar job coaching the team at ENCE and we have no reason to believe he has had any foul play during his time with us, we take competetive integrity very seriously. Suspending him to conclude the investigation was the only course of action we saw to be right.

ENCE condemns any type of bug abuse or other ways of interrupting with the integrity of competitive gaming. We will wait for the conclusion of the investigation before further commenting on the matter.”

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