One of the DPC EEU Division 1 players is suspected of cheating, Maelstorm says

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Vladimir 'Maelstorm' Kuzminov told that one of the players of the first division of the DPC 2023 for Eastern Europe is suspected of cheating. According to him, there is no direct evidence against the esportsman, whom he decided not to name, only indirect evidence.

Vladimir admitted that he had previously tried to verify this information on his own, but could not prove the player’s guilt. He noted that other members of the Dota 2 community have found evidence that is rumored to be published soon.

Kuzminov predicted two scenarios for the development of events in this case: the first is an acquittal, as happened with Konstantin 'kodos' Kogai in 2019, the second is reinforced concrete evidence will be found, as a result of which the player will receive a well-deserved punishment.

Ukrainian streamer, former Natus Vincere player Andrii 'Ghostik' Kadyk wrote on his Telegram page that the esportsman suspected of cheating may be Hydra's support Anatoliy 'Lefitan' Krupnov.

As CyberScore reported, Valve banned 46 players from China and Southeast Asia, including the entire former Knights roster, as well as former EHOME members.

Hydra
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Hydra
Ghostik (Andrii Kadyk)
Player
Ghostik (Andrii Kadyk)
Lefitan (Anatoliy Krupnov)
Player
Lefitan (Anatoliy Krupnov)
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