At the Extremeland Zowie Asia tournament in Shanghai, China, CS: GO and OpTic India player Nikhil 'Forsaken' Kumawat was caught cheating and using an auto-aim hack during a match-up against Vietnamese team Revolution. Once officials grew suspicious and began looking at Forsaken's PC he attempted to delete the hack before it was found.
Which was hidden in a temp directory using temp file names.
Naturally, once exposed OpTic India were disqualified from the tournament - with OpTic Gaming first booting Forsaken from its India team before disbanding its India-based CS: GO team entirely.
Apparently this isn't the first time Forsaken has been caught cheating as he received a Valve Anti-Cheat (VAC) ban back in 2017.