Prominent Indian CS:GO caster Archishman 'FeTT' Pradhan has reportedly been threatened with bodily harm while working at the Taiwan Excellence Gaming Cup in Mumbai. The players that made these threats have not been named yet.
Aftermath of the word.exe drama: local Indian caster @Archeeseman getting threatened with bodily harm by 'professional' players at a local LAN he was casting because he had vouched for forsaken a while back.— Bleh (@OfficialBleh) October 21, 2018
Prior to the hacking incident in Shanghai, FeTT was a vehement supporter of Nikhil 'F0rsaken' Kumawat, standing by the notion that in the absence of concrete evidence, a player shouldn't be banned just because a vocal minority within the pro community accuses him of hacking.
Earlier last year, F0rsaken was handed a 2-year ban by ESL India who are members of the Esports Integrity Coalition, after he was accused of hacking by a few of his opponents. After months of discussions and proofs presented by F0rsaken, ESIC came to the conclusion that indeed his 2-year ban was not justified and reduced it to 6 months, after which he was picked up by OpTic India.
AFK Gaming urges the Indian Counter Strike community to remain calm and not resort to violence. Forsaken's actions have caused enough damage to the scene already. Violence will only make it worse.