Fresh controversy has hit DreamHack‘s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament, with cheating at the quarterfinal stage forcing a rematch.

Trailing by nine rounds, Swedish team Fnatic used a boost (wherein one player jumps off another) to reach a part of the map that offered them a huge advantage, allowing them to best French opponent LDLC 16-13.

LDLC complained, and according to HLTV, referees determined that both sides used "texture transparency and (an) immortal bug", so a rematch was ordered.

Fnatic forfeited the match, and LDLC advanced to the semis.

Last week, two teams were disqualified from the tournament after three pro players were caught using a cheat.

The DreamHack tournament is the world’s largest for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.