Knowledge About Video Game Controversy
1. Playing career of video game controversy
IsraelGhrayib came up through the youth ranks at Maccabi Ahi Nazareth, and finally got his debut in 1992 at the age of 18 playing for them in the Liga Alef, the third tier of Israeli football. His consistently strong performances won him a move to Israeli Premier League side Maccabi Haifa in 1994, where he won the championship with them in his first season there. A short stint at Maccabi Petah Tikva in 1995 followed, after which he made another move to Hapoel Haifa in 1997.
EnglandAfter a successful season at Hapoel Haifa, Ghrayib received interest from English football club Tottenham Hotspur and was set to join the team for 1999-00 FA Premier League season and even appeared on the PlayStation video game FA Premier League Stars as a Tottenham player, however his proposed transfer eventually fell through. That is when Aston Villa decided to make a swoop for the left back after club scout Ross MacLaren declared him to be the best left back he had ever seen. Aston Villa paid out 1 million for his transfer but Ghrayib saw very little first-team action and was sold to Israeli side Hapoel Haifa for just 150K in February 2001.
Return to IsraelHis return to Hapoel Haifa saw him spend another 2 years at the club before moving back to his boyhood club Maccabi Ahi Nazareth for one season, winning promotion back to the Israeli Premier League with them before moving again to Hapoel Petah Tikva. The 2004/05 season saw him return to Maccabi Haifa before finishing out his career with Maccabi Ahi Nazareth, retiring at the end of the 2005/06 season.
2. Consequenses and aftermath of video game controversy
Hard Legion has removed their coach Aleksandr "zoneR" Bogatiryev following the ban.
K23 has removed their coach Aset "Solaar" Sembiyev following the ban.
mousesports suspend coach Allan "Rejin" Petersen after he admits using the bug.
Ivan "F_1N" Kochugov admits using the bug once. Gambit suspends him until a verdict is issued by ESIC.
ENCE suspend coach Slaava "Twista" Rsnen after it was found out that he had used the bug in 2017. Twista has moved to the analyst role since then.
MiBR coach Ricardo "dead" Sinigaglia said that he has "never done anything to compromise the integrity of the game".
ForZe provided an explanation for three of the four cases involving their coach Sergey "lmbt" Bezhanov, lmtb himself also doesn't agree with the ban.
Robert "RobbaN" Dahlstrm said that the bug occurred to him once, and he wasn't able to fix it, even after reconnecting. He also added that the muted his microphone during the match. He was backed by his team FaZe Clan.
Alessandro "Apoka" Marcucci has said that he wasn't on PC in 2 cases and that he found it out later.
3. The elimination process of video game controversy
According to the summary on Antena 1, each new Bachelor episode contains a rose ceremony during which one or more contestants is eliminated. Eliminations are based upon date performance (i.e., how the women relate to the bachelor on the dates). The bachelor must follow a process of elimination wherein his pool of bachelorettes is narrowed down week by week by presenting a rose to each of the women he wishes to keep.
At any point during the process, if a woman decides she is no longer interested in the bachelor, she may leave. A few have actually done so over the course of the show.
In the end, the bachelor may select only one woman for the final rose, but in season 3 all remaining contestants refused the rose and the original bachelor (Vladimir Drghia) was eliminated.
4. Government minister of video game controversy
In 2012 Narmania joined the Georgian Dream (GD) coalition led by the tycoon Bidzina Ivanishvili and took part in devising the coalition's pre-election economic program. After the GD's victory in the October 2012 parliamentary election, Narmania assumed the office of Minister Regional Development and Infrastructure. At that time, the incoming cabinet planned to dissolve the ministry; Narmania's portfolio was considered to be temporary and it was planned to move him to the position of First Deputy Minister of Finances. Yet, Narmania served as Minister Regional Development and Infrastructure until his resignation on 14 April 2014 on the occasion of his nomination as the GD's candidate for the Mayor of Tbilisi at the scheduled June 2014 local elections.
5. Plot of video game controversy
The series revolves around a single bachelor (deemed eligible) and a pool of romantic interests (22 in season 1, 21 in season 2 and 20 in seasons 3 & 4), which could include a potential wife for the bachelor. The conflicts in the series, both internal and external, stem from the elimination-style format of the show. Early in the season, the bachelor goes on large group dates with the women, with the majority of women eliminated during rose ceremonies. As the season progresses, women are also eliminated on one-on-one dates and on elimination two-on-one dates. The process culminates with hometown visits to the families of the final four women, overnight dates, should they choose to accept, at exotic locations with the final three women, and interaction with the bachelor's family with the final two or three women. In many cases, the bachelor proposes to his final selection.
The show is known for its dramatic twists, both structurally and contextually. In some cases, the bachelor may or may not follow the show's standard rose ceremony guidelines. Some bachelors, for instance, have conferred fewer roses than allotted as per standard rose ceremony procedure.
6. Counter-Strike of video game controversy
Counter-Strike coaching bug scandal, is a bug in the game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive that allows the coaches of teams to see above the map and tell information about the enemy team. The bug was first made public on August 26, 2020, by Wisa Krakw coach Mariusz 'Loord' Cybulski. 5 days later, 3 coaches were banned after it was found out that they had used the bug.
The bug was fixed by the developer of the game Valve on the same day as the Twitter post of Loord.
On September 4, the Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC) announced that they would be investigating the scandal.
As of October 5, the amount of coaches banned is 37.
7. Mayoral candidate of video game controversy
Narmania's candidacy for the capital's mayor was selected by Bidzina Ivanishvili shortly before his resignation as Prime Minister and officially announced by the GD in November 2013. Several politicians and commentators, including the GD members, were skeptical over Narmania's chances to win on account of his not being a native of Tbilisi. Narmania's campaign was based on promises to plant one million trees in Tbilisi to bolster the city's dwindling green space, expand drainage systems, create more recreational areas, and encourage small and medium-size businesses.
With Narmania garnering 46.09% of the vote in the 15 June 2014 election, the race went into a second round runoff held on 12 July and was won by him with 72.47% of the vote, while his principal rival and runner-up, Nika Melia of the United National Movement (UNM), received 27.53%. Melia conceded his defeat, but he claimed the voting process was influenced by the controversial arrest, on 1 July, of Tbilisi's ex-Mayor Gigi Ugulava, who spearheaded the UNM's election campaign. The election was marked by another controversy over the involvement of Narmania's mother, Nora Todua, in the voting process in the village of Koki, Zugdidi Municipality; a video released by the UNM depicted Todua, a local election commission member, asking a voter at the precinct to show her a marked ballot paper. Commenting on the issue, Narmania said that his mother did not violate the law and that she was "only motivated by motherly care". The Zugdidi Election Commission eventually issued a warning to Todua.
8. Arab-Israeli identity of video game controversy
Ghrayib has generated controversy by speaking out publicly about the treatment afforded Arabs in Israel and his Palestinian heritage, an issue not normally discussed in Israeli media given the contentious nature of the subject matter. In one widely publicized interview with a local Haifa newspaper ('Kolbo' or 'Department' in English), he referred to then-Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon as a 'dog', 'coming from a party that hates Arabs', and compared him to former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. The response of the Israeli public to this interview was indicative of what Shor, Eran, and Yonay (2011) describe as a "shut up and play" mentality; many of the responses to this interview were either that Ghrayib should not be commenting on politics as he was simply an athlete, or that he was simply an Arab, and ".
.all Arabs hate us Israelis.
.so deport him to Palestine!" Soon after, Ghrayib issued subsequent statements explaining that he was "just joking" and apologizing for anyone he had offended, despite some asserting that his views reflected those of the moderate Arab population in Israel.
9. National team of video game controversy
Ghrayib had a successful career with the Israeli national football team, making 18 appearances over his time as a player. He started and scored the final goal in Israel's famous 5-0 victory over Austria in the qualification rounds for the UEFA Euro 2000 tournament. This was a huge result for the Israeli team as they finished second behind Spain in their qualifying group with 13 points, guaranteeing them a play-off against Denmark for a spot in the final tournament, which they had never reached before. However, Ghrayib would go on to not play or make the 18-man squad for either of the 2 legs of the fixture as they lost by an aggregate score of 8-0.