Tournament organiser ESL recently unbanned the ex-IBP Players from playing in their tournaments. The ex-IBP roster was one of the most successful teams in the NA region. Their decision to throw a match for monetary gains saw them being banned from Valve events. Third party tournament organisers also followed suit and decided to ban the players from the roster.
gonna take an early night tonight. should be streaming again tomorrow to play pubgs then learn more CS stuff preparing for ESL NY Qualifier
— steel (@JoshNissan) August 14, 2017
Steel has confirmed that he will be participating in the upcoming ESL One New York 2017. He has not revealed whether it will be as a player or as an analyst on the desk, however it will be extremely exciting to see him being a part of the event.