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MIBR CS:GO Coach Dead Speaks About Using The Coach Bug: “I’ve Never Done Anything To Harm Anyone”

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Ricardo “Dead” Sinigaglia is a 34-year-old Brazilian CS:GO coach who was recently working for MIBR since June 2018. In March 2020, he became a coach of the roster and banned in late August.

As you might remember, CS:GO scene was shocked after learning the truth about some coaches like HUNDEN, Dead, and more were banned due to using a bug that allows you to see a place anywhere on the map.

After a long time, Dead makes his first official statement about the situation by using his official Twitter account and shared his thoughts about the incident.

In the post, Dead firstly apologized to the fans and organization about this mess. Furthermore, Dead admitted that he could have disconnect right after the bug happened but he preferred to disconnect after the round.

Furthermore, Dead stated that he did not do anything against the integrity of the game and said that he can rest his mind in peace because he did not harm anyone in the scene and used the bug to his advantage.

Here is what Dead said:

“Hello, I’ve been out of social media for a while now, but I would like to shed some light on the suspension I got due to the coach bug.

Firstly, I would like to apologize to my teammates, fans, supporters and the org for the situation that snowballed into disappointment, toxicity, and hate towards them and I don’t think that’s fair.

After talking to ESIC about appealing, they shared their point of view, and their view was pretty clear: “if you had the chance to disconnect and you didn’t, you put yourself in a position that goes against the integrity of the game”.

When you watch to the clips I was involved in, you can see that no harm or info was given.”

Dead continued:

“I think they are right on their thinking process and yes, I could’ve just disconnected, like I did in some cases. Therefore, I accept the suspension I was given. 6 months which started on August 31st, so I still have around 5 months to go.

Once more, I am sorry for the disappointment I’ve caused, and thanks for the messages from people who don’t know me, and from the ones who do and know my entire journey on esports. I’ve never did anything against the integrity of the game.

Unfortunately, it will always be my word against your own judgement, but in the end of the day I can rest my mind in peace, knowing that I’ve never tried or did anything to harm anyone or the game we love so much.”

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