BGIS 2023 The Grind: Did Team Mayavi Use Hacks? Find Out Here

Team Mayavi Hacks

In the BGMI competitions, including the recent Battlegrounds Mobile India Series (BGIS), hackers appear to be a problem. 

Krafton has worked hard to prevent the use of hacking and other unethical behaviour throughout the tournament. 

To guarantee that no one cheats throughout the competition, the players’ point of view (POV) of the games is recorded together with anti-cheating measures.

If a player is discovered utilising hacks or engaging in any unethical behaviour, both the player’s team and the player themselves may be disqualified from future competitions. 

Many members of BGIS 2023 The Grind have recently accused Team Mayavi of utilising hacking throughout the competition.

Did Team Mayavi Use Hacks In BGIS 2023?

A YouTuber named Snehil “Snehilop” Saxena produced evidence that Team Mayavi had used hackers in BGIS 2023 The Grind. 

Both Shubham “Mayavi” Chawla of Team Mayavi and Rushindra “Rushi” Sinha, CEO of Global Esports, released remarks on the situation.  

Snehil, who produced evidence against Team Mayavi, has already exposed other teams who used hackers and engaged in other unethical behaviours.

Snehil demonstrated evidence of Team Mayavi deploying hackers during a recent live feed. He also discussed other teams’ points of view, which accused Team Mayavi of unethical behaviour. 

Snehil claimed that Team Mayavi and its members were employing ESP and aimbot hacks. 

Response Against Allegations

Rushindra Sinha from Global Esports made the following comment in response to the situation:

“We will investigate and ensure there is no unfair play with the players under Team Mayavi. We have already shared their ID’s and clips to Krafton / TO’s.

Innocent until proven guilty, we’ve gone through thousands of suspicious clips of Manya, Joker, Nakul and Rony from last year as well, we do not act on suspicion alone. 

If anyone is found guilty then we will take appropriate action. Until then – please stop harassing them”.

He added, “I remember last year as well ‘dozens’ of industry professionals and pros were convinced our team was hacking and had passed verdict and judgement and then they won BGMS on LAN. 

At that time as well I was sent ‘thousands’ of suspicious clips and same as last year, unfortunately that’s not enough conclusive proof. If we started acting on everything just because of social media then the world would be a different place. 

Thankfully it’s not. If we find any conclusive proof we will take action. Anyone who has conclusive ‘proof’ and not suspicious clips then please feel free to send it to us while we continue doing our own due diligence as well. 

Innocent until proven guilty and not accused or assumed or suspicion of guilt. PROVEN guilty”.

Team Mayavi member Mayavi also addressed the problem. “If you are expecting me to react and respond, I will not. 

My vision and thinking is above all this. There were many who accused us in the past as well but there was no conclusion in the end”.

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