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Cheating Allegations During the Eternal Fire vs AIRLYA Match

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Cheating allegations have been surfaced after the Eternal Fire and AIRLYA match. Although a bit late, statements came from both sides on the subject.

The two teams that played in the Funspark ULTI 2021: Europe Season 3 finished the match albeit under a conterversy.  XANTARES from the Eternal Fire team argued that AIRLYA player dan1 was cheating. Making a statement on the subject, dan1 announced that he had his computer checked.

İsmailcan “XANTARES” Dörtkardeş shared some tweets after losing the AIRLYA match. The cheating debate, flared up even more with the intervention of the fans.

XANTARES, who wrote “nice aimlock b**at” in the game chat after the suspicious situations, continued to defend this situation at the end of the match.

Eternal Fire had won the first map in the series. Sharing a section from the first map, XANTARES said, “What is this, how did we beat this map?” 

The answer came late by AIRLYA, who advanced to the next round with a score of 2-1. The player who was under suspicion Daniel “dan1” Gligorov, broke his silence and stated that he had his computer completely checked.

dan1 who tagged an international organization in his defense will most likely prevail in this situation. Because the organization, did not make a contrary statement.

As the discussions continued, xfl0ud, also watched the suspicious video on his steam during the last night. Yasin “xfl0ud” Koç, stated that in some cases there will be positions similar to the movements in the video, but not so often.

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