Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players face 10 years in jail after allegedly arranging results of matches

Australian police have arrested six people for allegedly losing matches on purpose on the popular online game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

In what is Australia’s first police investigation into esports match-fixing, police allege the men, from Victoria and Western Australia, arranged the outcomes of matches during a tournament, and placed bets on their own matches.

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