Knights accused of cheating during DPC 2023 Tour 1

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Perfect World, the organizer of the DPC 2023 Tour 1 in China, is suspecting Knights of using banned software. This was reported by the CN Dota In A Nutshell Twitter channel.

According to the information, the team is accused of using Vision Hack during the first division matches. The tournament operator collected evidence and sent it to Valve.

LaNm and Monet from Team Aster liked the original post of the tournament operator, as according to rumors, their team lost to the Knights due to the fact that the latter used cheats. Aster filed a complaint immediately after the game, but it took time to gather evidence.

Recall that Knights includes players who were initially registered under the Royal Never Give Up tag. At the moment, the team has two wins in three matches and shares the first place with EHOME, PSG.LGD, Team Aster and Xtreme Gaming. Whether the results of the games will be canceled is still unknown.

The Dota Pro Circuit 2023 Winter Tour in China runs from January 5 to February 3. The participants of the first division are competing for $205,000, 690 DPC points and 4 places at the Lima Major, which will be held in late February-early March.

As CyberScore reported, Natus Vincere had a poor start in the DPC 2023 Tour 1 for Eastern Europe, having suffered two defeats in a row.

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