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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

IEM Katowice-fans kritiseres for at afsløre spillernes positioner

Intel Extreme Masters i Katowice er en stor esportsturnering, hvor der afholdes gigantiske CS:GO-kampe, og selvom ingen af spillerene er blevet kritiseret (endnu), så er der stadig kontroverser omkring begivenheden. Denne gang er det nemlig publikummet der er kommet under fjendtlig beskydning.

Som Dot Esports skriver så har publikummet løbende hjulpet spillerne på scenen ved direkte at offentliggøre deres positioner i banen. Blandt andet i dette klip på Twitch kan du høre en fan råbe "last on B".

VP for Pro Gaming på ESL, Michal Blicharz, har siden hen svaret på anklagerne via Twitter:

"If you chant out player positions at #IEM, you're:

a) An ass.
b) Not helping players. They can't hear you.
c) Going to be politely asked to stop."

Han uddybede desuden på Reddit, hvor han desuden sagde at de kan forvise fans der gør dette fra begivenheden.

"We will take extra precautions and spend time talking to the audience before matches in the right time slots. Regardless of what our technical preparation for sound related things is, there's no reason why we shouldn't double down on maintaining proper fan culture inside our event," he continued.

"I will speak to our audio engineers and will maybe get more precise info on some of the details on how our audio system on stage works. It's a custom build. Fwiw I've been told by players that our sound system is very good. I do not recall players saying it's inadequate (which does not mean such opinions aren't out there, it only means I am not aware of those) - so at least a portion of the player base is actually happy about it."

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Photo: ESL

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