Optic India was disqualified from the ongoing Zowie Extemelands 2018 $100,000 tournament after one of their team members, Nikhil ‘forsaken’ Kumawat, was caught cheating with hacks on his PC according to the organizers. OpTic India was playing against RevolutionVN in the Group C elimination match.
Later CSGO2Asia confirmed via tweet that the player “Forsaken” was using hacks and the team has been disqualified immediately, while the Forsaken was sent back home on the next flight.

The video where you can see the player resisting the admin from checking his PC and when find the assailant deleted the hacks.

While details are still fairly scarce, reports from CSGO2ASIA state that “suspicious activity” was flagged by the B5 anti-cheat platform being used at the event, prompting an admin to investigate.
The hacks files were later recovered,

OpTic India's Nikhil 'forsaken' Kumawat hack files Nikhil 'forsaken' Kumawat hacker

It is a sad day for Indian CSGO Seen!
After 4 years, an Indian CSGO team qualified for a major tournament. Last Indian team qualified was in 2014 Wolves which lost to NiP, at that time NiP was at its peak.

A report from HLTV confirms that forsaken has been released from the OpTic India lineup with immediate effect and that the other team players had no knowledge of his cheats.
Quoted

“The player caught with hacks has been released from the organization, we do not tolerate anything like this,” the OpTic chief told HLTV.org.

“We want to apologize to all the other teams and organizations involved. It is unfair for everyone involved. We also want to apologize to our country and to the fans who have supported us. This will be a big setback for the country, and it is really unfortunate that one selfish person is capable of causing this.

“An official statement will be released soon by the organization, but I want to make it very clear that the other four players had no knowledge of this and would never have agreed to even play if there was even the slightest hint of it.”

The player “Forsaken” tweeted that Admins installed the hacks on his PC. After a while maybe considering the trolling, he deleted his tweeter account.

Complete video clip of Match Optic India vs RevolutionVN

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