TEXQS returns to the scene
Can "TEXQS" Ozdemir, 22-year-old Belgian eSports athlete, has announced his return to the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds professional scene.
I will do my best to grind and get back on top.— TEXQS (@TEXQS) March 18, 2021
In January 2019, PUBG Corporation conducted a major investigation and caught TEXQS (and over a dozen other pro players) using cheats. The Belgian was one of those who cheated in PUBG matchmaking but did not use the banned software in official matches. The developers suspended him from competition for 2 years, the ban going into effect on January 7, 2019.
Before the cheating scandal, TEXQS played for the Pittsburgh Knights. As part of that team, he placed fifth and eighth at the 2018 PUBG Global Invitational Berlin Championship in TPP and FPP modes, respectively. In his entire career in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, he has earned nearly $37,000 in prize money.