Ardis “ardiis” Svarenieks is a former Counter-Strike Global Offensive professional player who retired to pursue a professional esports career in Valorant. To date, he has participated in several Valorant tournaments as a member of the British team, Fish123, and has won most of the events. Most recently, ardiis claimed victory at the Twitch Rivals Showdown.

With major esports organizations filling up their rosters for professional tournaments, the Valorant competitive scene is quickly gaining momentum. Subsequently, on June 14, Fish123 confirmed that ardiis has left the team and wished him luck with his new team. He will reportedly sign for G2 Esports as a part of their new Valorant roster.

Amidst all this, the 22-year-old Latvian finds himself encompassed by controversy. The pro player was accused of showing intent to cheat and match fix.

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Ardiis accused of cheating and match-fixing in Valorant and CS: GO

Recently, Anti Cheat Police Department posted a report on Twitter. Apparently, a cheat developer contacted the author of the report and made some disturbing claims about the player. First of all, the report alleges that ardiis approached the cheat developer to provide him with a private cheat for Valorant and also engaged in match-fixing conversations with other teammates.