According to the latest announcement by Supercell, Marcos Gaming has been disqualified from Clash of Clans World Championship May Qualifier according to the rule 3.3.1 mentioned in tournament rulebook, because one of the team member disconnected himself from the “integrity camera”, violating the rules of competition during the match.
The video chats between team members are constantly being monitored by the administrator during every match to ensure the integrity of the competition and to avoid any kind of cheating.
According to Dot Esports, Akhil Kavuturu, the co-owner of Marcos Gaming told that the players device turned off for almost 2 minutes due to some kind of overheating issue and accepted that he and their team were aware of the rules of the competition. He went ahead saying that they will get the golden ticket for sure.
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