Richard Lewis

Richard Lewis is a British veteran e-Sports journalist, tournament host and analyst, who is currently employed by Turner, hosting the E-League franchise. He is perhaps best known for breaking the North American match fixing scandal and publishing a piece that resulted in the CEO of Ninjas in Pyjamas resigning after his failure to pay NiP players' tournament winnings - as well as drawing the ire of Riot Games and the League of Legends community. In Counter-Strike: Source, Richard also exposed the infamous vent.exe cheat - a nearly undetectable cheating tool that could be used on LAN matches. He formerly collaborated with Thorin on the CS:GO edition of By the Numbers. He currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.

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24/03/2017

New Evidence Of Attempted Match Fixing In Semi-Professional Counter-Strike

Although many are confident that, in the aftermath of the life time bans issued to the former iBUYPOWER Counter-Strike players, match-fixing has been stamped out at the highest level of professional play, it is suspected that it continues in semi-professional matches. While we continue to be vigilant about this,...

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