On October 24, the Russian esports organization forZe eSports announced the signing of the ban on the CSGO zoneR trainer as the forZe school coaching staff. “Alexander has a lot of experience in the field of CS: GO competition, which can be applied in working with students and helping them in the game,” the organization tweeted. Alexander “zoneR” has officially joined the Ze school coaching team. Alexander has a lot of experience in competitive CS: GO, who can apply working with students and help them in the game with Alexey “dstr” Baranov pic.twitter. com / vx1V61AHuu— forZe eSports (@forzegg) October 24, 2020 “First of all, ZoneR is known to bring his team to the Major, so his coaching experience and understanding of the game will help educate new guys who are in. fire “with CS: GO,” added Sergey “MegioN” Ignatko, CEO of forZe eSports. Sergey “MegioN” Ignatko, CEO of forZe eSports: “First of all, ZoneR is known to bring his team to Major, so his coaching experience and understanding of the game will help educate new guys who are“ on fire ” with CS: GO. (2/2) – forZe eSports (@forzegg) October 24, 2020 ZoneR is one of 37 coaches banned from competitive CSGO for abusing a spectator bug in tournaments. Among all banned coaches , zoneR received the longest ban in 36 months after an investigation by the Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC). In the investigation, zoneR was found to have abused the bug in 16 cases. “This is not the smartest brand development choice, forze has a lot of lovable characters and their storyline is exciting, ”CSGO pitcher Alex“ Machine ”Richardson said.“ It would be a shame to see a poorly thought out move hurt to their reputation or fan base. ZoneR was kicked from the Hard Legion squad on September 1 after ESL banned the 33-year-old for abusing the spectator bug in their tournaments. Later, forZe released a statement to clarify the situation. “We decided to give him a CHANCE to be helpful and atone for his guilt and understand why the community’s reaction is very ambiguous,” the organization said. To make things a little clearer. We decided to give her a CHANCE to be helpful and atone for her guilt and understand why the community’s reaction is very ambiguous.