FLASHPOINT revokes permanent suspensions on VAC bans, match-fixing
FLASHPOINT, the newest CS:GO league organized by B Site Inc. and operated by FACEIT has changed its ruleset and will now allow players that were VAC-banned before 2018 to participate in its events.
FACEIT initially announced that all VAC-banned players would not be eligible to play in its tournaments. Now, FACEIT is the third tournament organizer to revoke permanent bans on reformed cheaters. ESL and DreamHack were the first to make it back in 2017.
With this change, a few talented players will get their chance to compete in FLASHPOINT open and closed qualifiers. It’s the case of Vinicius “v$m” Moreira from DETONA Gaming, the best Brazilian player that’s competing in Brazil. V$m, however, still isn’t eligible to play at CS:GO Majors.
FLASHPOINT on Twitter
We’ve reviewed our rules around VAC banned players for the Open Qualifiers. Players can see this rule change on the Open Qualifier page at https://t.co/sHvI5ZCEzU
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