Fierce Tiger have decided to disband their CS:GO team following the recent series of controversies sparked by the Chinese team.
The announcement comes after a series of controversial news that caused widespread panic in the Chinese CS:GO scene. It all began with Kun ‘Leo’ Hou getting a VAC Ban
on his steam account. This resulted in them being disqualified from CS:GO Asia Championship. If that was not enough, the team played the FACEIT Asia Minor
Chinese Qualifier where the finals had to be replayed given VG.Flash’s internet sabotage controversy.
Fierce Tiger refused to re-play the finals because their players were on vacation, but that excuse held no ground when FACEIT discovered the connection between the mysterious ‘tbgirl’ and another VAC Banned account, before eventually disqualifying Fierce Tiger from the Asia Minor as well.
The Chinese organization posted a statement on weibo
about the same:
A while ago, Kun "LEo" Hou from Fierce Tiger was VAC banned by Valve after a tournament, which sparked great attention from around the world. Fierce Tiger immediately contacted Valve, FACEIT and Perfect World and provided relevant evidence on the matter, but it was denied. In respect to Valve and VAC, as well as taking responsibility for the other four players that was dragged into this issue innocently, we hereby announce that we will disband our CS:GO team. Bin "Savage" Liu, BingYuan "tb" Li, Zhen "HZ" Huang and QingYu "Monster" Deng (with the exception of Kun "LEo" Hou) are now free agents. They are free to join any team and continue with their professional career with immediate effect. Fierce Tiger hopes the four players that were innocently dragged into this incident can succeed in the future and we also hope Chinese CS:GO can improve as well."
Every player on the team, except LEo is now a free agent.