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OverDrive reveals zonic as the 4th coach that wasn't banned by ESIC Rumors

Aleksey OverDrive Biryukov revealed the 4th person that was mentioned but not named in ESIC's statement on banning three coaches from the PGL Major Antwerp 2022. According to the insider's social media post, it is Danny "zonic" Sorensen from Vitality and a former coach of Astralis.

ESIC said that one of the Major-attending coaches encountered the camera bug in the past. The commission explained that he dealt with "third-person POV", which it sees as less harmful.

It is noted that, given the relatively less serious nature of this variant, participants charged with a breach of the Code of Conduct for the Third-Person Spectator Bug have NOT been provisionally suspended from ESIC Member events pending resolution of the charges.

Furthermore, it is important to note that this variant and its charges affect one participant at the upcoming Antwerp Major beginning on Monday 9th May. The Commissioner takes the view that it would be unfair on the participant and would yield a disproportionate consequence impacting not only the participant but their team to suspend them at this point provisionally.

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OverDrive seems to have reliable sources in this case. Previously, he made no mistake naming Zakk, Hally, and peacemaker as the ones to be sanctioned.

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