DreamHack suspended Rooster from Masters Winter 2020 tournament
Australian team Rooster will not play at DreamHack Masters Winter for Oceania followed by ESIC recommendation.
2 - In doing so, Rooster have accepted their forfeit within the tournament and will be replaced by Chiefs who came second in the Oceania qualifier. Chiefs will face Renegades in their opening match on Tuesday.— DreamHack Counter-Strike (@DreamHackCSGO) November 30, 2020
Rooster's team was unable to make the substitution because the suspended eSports athlete is one of three players who received the slot based on the results of qualifiers. The team's place in the tournament will be taken by Chiefs.
It is known that the published ESIC report on cheaters in Australia is not final, and a recommendation to disqualify one of the Rooster players may indicate an ongoing investigation. Thus, someone from the trio Danielle "DannyG" Guisa, Tyson "asap" Paterson and Michael "chelleos" Hawkins is suspected.