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Polish CS:GO team VenatoreS DQ’d from WESG for having a player with a VAC ban on one of his accounts

WESG disqualified Polish team VenatoreS from the event for having a VAC-banned placer

The World Electronic Sports Games (WESG) disqualified Polish Counter-Strike team VenatoreS after a player was found to have a VAC ban on one of his accounts.

One of Patryk “Patitek” Fabrowski’s profiles was found to have a VAC ban on it, WESG announced Friday, meaning the team has been disqualified from the event and has lost its spot at the LAN European qualifier.

As a result of the disqualification, all VenatoreS’ matches were overturned. That means, PRIDE, Izako Boars and Check-Point will have another chance to earn a spot to the European LAN qualifier in Barcelona, Spain. Two teams from the Polish qualifiers will advance to the 20-team European qualifier that takes place Nov. 22-26.


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