EXTREMUM CS: GO player suspected of organizing fake matches

A video appeared on the Internet in which Anton Koshak Platko, a player of the EXTREMUM CS: GO roster, presumably talks about some agreements related to the bookmaker’s office.

Koshak:
“Bro, I don’t understand you. Do you remember the agreement? If someone tells, he will get nothing. Do you remember? I said this at the very beginning. Now you are talking to me some nonsense. It already pisses me off, you know? It annoys me. You decided to sit on two thrones – to receive there and receive there. It doesn’t work that way, believe me. It doesn’t work like that in a bookmaker’s office. I have a suspicion that you are just trying to knock something out of me, screen it out, and then extort something with your company. “

Platko commented on this video in his official VKontakte group. The cybersportsman wrote that he “loves black PR” and promised to publish his post, but later postponed it. He also stated that the video that appeared earlier is “crap.” Cybersport.ru requested a comment from EXTREMUM, club representatives replied that they would publish an official statement later.

On July 29, Koshak officially moved to EXTREMUM. Previously, the esportsman played for the Chinese team Invictus Gaming.

EXTREMUM sports director Evgeny Kuzmin commented on the accusations of the CS: GO player Anton Koshak Platko of participating in fake matches. He stated that the suspicions were not based on solid evidence.

“Anton” Koshak “Platko has been a part of our team since July 29 – and during this time we have made sure that he is a responsible player who is ready to work on himself and achieve results. At the start, Anton warned us that in one of his previous teams there was a situation with a fake match: his player agreed with a third party to lose (Anton did not know about this), after the team’s victory, interested persons began to threaten Koshak. ”

“The video shows the July 5 correspondence with the player, the voice messages of which were taken out of context. As Anton himself explains, he was the captain of the team, collecting the roster, negotiated sponsorship with the bookmaker – and the guys wanted to keep it a secret. In voice messages, Koshak is outraged that information about this has been disclosed. There is no talk of fake matches.

The accusation now circulating online has no solid evidence. At the same time, Anton’s explanations look complete and logical – we have not seen a single fact that would allow us to doubt the honesty of the player.

If colleagues from bookmakers have suspicions about matches involving our players or a team, please write to us directly – we are no less interested in preventing such cases. We all have one goal – to make esports cool, so let’s interact more with each other. “

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