The forsaken “word.exe” controversy doesn’t seem to rest as new shreds of evidence have been emerging quite frequently. Reportedly, forsaken was hacking during the recent ESL India Premiership Fall Season Finale that took place in Hyderabad and yet, remained undetected and uncaught.

Every player is provided with a dedicated SSD before an ESL India Premiership LAN event to configure their LAN settings, which includes mouse & keyboard configuration, visual preferences and related settings.

Not to mention, forsaken got an SSD of his own before the Fall Season Finale. As reported by a trusted source, after the whole eXTREMESLAND controversy, the ESL India authority went on to recover forsaken’s SSD and checked it for any possible hacks. Turned out, his SSD contained the exact three files identified at eXTREMESLAND ZOWIE Asia CS:GO 2018.

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Hack detected by the admins of eXTREMESLAND ZOWIE Asia CS:GO 2018

NODWIN Gaming/ESL India, in collaboration with Valve, ESL Global and ESIC is planning to release an official statement after they arrive at a consensus. This might include penalties and aggressive actions towards the former Optic India player.

The statement might force a permanent ban on forsaken from participating in any future events, both nationwide and international. Nikhil “forsaken” Kumawat’s esports career might officially be over.

As his records say, forsaken has been playing unfair for quite some time now and many officials vehemently supported him throughout his journey. The results? You’re a better judge than I am.

We’ll keep you updated with the situation as we might bring you some exclusive content in regards to the whole controversy. Stay tuned for that.

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