Team Insane Disqualified from ESL Snapdragon Pro Series 2024, Know More – Renowned BGMI Team Insane Esports has been disqualified from the ESL Snapdragon Pro Series due to violating guidelines. Nodwin Gaming announces that the next best team, Team Together Esports, will play in the Team Insane slot further in the tournament. The disqualification comes after a player from Team Insane got a live ban in the tournament. Check out the full story below.
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Team Insane Disqualified from ESL Snapdragon Pro Series 2024, Know More
Kartik, aka Tsunami, faces a live ban in a tournament he confirmed, which is the Dragon Esports tournament. He was playing with his teammates, Maxkash, Bhaalu, and Avnish. Tsunami received a live ban during the Sanhok match, and the clip swiftly went viral.
After the incident, Maxkash posted some Instagram stories and said that The point that was raised was not on ringing it was regarding cheating from Tsunami’s side that’s why Avnish and Bhaalu didn’t wanted to play anymore with him, and when I confronted Tsunami regarding the same, he failed to prove himself as he didn’t had match POV’s of all the games that played, and also when I asked for battery screenshots of his mobile in which he plays. He refuses to do so this made me concered as only a cheater would be this hesitant to do so.
Maxkash also shared some call recordings with Tsunami regarding the ban. Tsunami refuses to share screenshots of the battery percentage of the used apps on his mobile with Maxkash; instead, Tsunami says that he will give it to the management.
After all the drama, outrage has sparked in the community against the Tsunami, as he is one of the veteran players of the BGMI who got banned live. Due to recent cheating incidents, the BGMI Esports community is worried about the future of Esports in India. In response to this, Nodwin Gaming has declared the disqualification of Team Insane Esports from the ESL Snapdragon Pro Series today.