ForZe's lmbt is free to coach again after ESIC lifts his CS:GO ban
Just last month, the Esports Integrity Commission announced it was banning 37 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive coaches after a cross-party investigation found them guilty of using the now infamous coaching spectator bug. However, one of those coaches, Sergey 'lmbt' Bezhanov, has been cleared of all wrongdoing and given the green light to coach again.
The ForZe coach had originally been banned for seven and a half months following the initial investigation, but that's now been lifted as of today following a successful appeal. The coach was accused of using the bug in four different games, one of which was when he was coaching HellRaisers five years ago.
However, in information provided to HLTV, ESIC has confirmed it has lifted lmbt's ban after it was determined he was doing on-air work for the MIBR series, and that he disconnected from the other two matches when he got the bug and reported this to an on-site admin.