The Return of Banned Players: vtFaded and Gy Seen in ESL One Kuala Lumpur 2023 Qualifiers

In a shocking turn of events, the perma-banned players Cheng 'vtFaded' Jia Hao and Wong 'Gy' Kok Guan have resurfaced in the ESL One Kuala Lumpur 2023 qualifiers. Despite their ban, the duo, known for their involvement in match-fixing, were spotted under the name Wizard King. Join us as we delve into the unexpected comeback of these controversial players and the repercussions they faced in the tournament.

vtFaded and Gy Make a Surprising Comeback

The banned players resurface in the ESL One Kuala Lumpur 2023 qualifiers

In a shocking turn of events, the perma-banned players Cheng 'vtFaded' Jia Hao and Wong 'Gy' Kok Guan have made a surprising comeback in the ESL One Kuala Lumpur 2023 qualifiers. Despite their ban for match-fixing, the duo managed to participate in the tournament under the name Wizard King.

Geek Fam players were quick to notice their presence and called them out during the lobby. This led to Wizard King abandoning the match, resulting in a default win for Geek Fam. However, Wizard King was still allowed to play in the third-place match, where they faced a devastating loss against IHC Esports.

The Controversial Past of vtFaded and Gy

Understanding the reasons behind their permanent ban

VtFaded and Gy were permanently banned by Valve in 2022 following their involvement in match-fixing. The ban came after Team Orca was disqualified from the DPC SEA 2021/22 season, Division 2. These players were found to have played in multiple teams using different aliases during an active DPC season, using smurf accounts to avoid detection.

Their playstyle and fixed positions for certain items made them easily identifiable to others, ultimately leading to their ban. Valve took a strong stance against match-fixing, ensuring fair competition and maintaining the integrity of the game.

Similar Incidents in the Esports World

Examining other cases of rule violations

The case of vtFaded and Gy is not the first instance of rule violations in the Esports world. In 2017, TI11 winner Neta '33' Shapira was caught illegally standing in for a team in an ESL Turkey tournament. Despite playing on another account, his gameplay style and item positions revealed his true identity, resulting in a temporary ban from ESL Turkey events.

These incidents highlight the importance of fair play and the measures taken by tournament organizers to maintain a level playing field for all participants.

The Future of the Suspected vtFaded Squad

Speculating on their participation in the upcoming qualifiers

It remains uncertain whether the suspected vtFaded squad will be allowed to participate in the second open qualifiers. ESL may be conducting an investigation into the matter to ensure fair competition. The second round of open qualifiers in Southeast Asia is set to begin on November 14, with two more teams advancing to the closed qualifiers on November 16.

As the Esports community eagerly awaits the outcome of the investigation, the future of the vtFaded squad hangs in the balance. Will they be given another chance to prove themselves or face further consequences for their past actions?

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