Those involved in organizing fraudulent matches in Australia earned more than $ 30 thousand

The proceeds of participants in fraudulent matches on CS: GO in Australia, obtained illegally, may exceed $ 30 thousand. This was reported by Kotaku with reference to representatives of the Victoria State Police.

The investigation began in March, and six suspects were detained in late August. According to the latest information provided by the police, an organized group was probably involved in the events. It may be associated with the owners of the Overwatch team serving in the Australian OW Contenders. The police did not specify which club they were talking about.

Earlier it was reported that six detainees face criminal liability with imprisonment for up to ten years. According to police, they bet on the outcome of more than 20 shell matches.

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