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Foreign athletes caught up with karma for attending the Kazan Future Games with Putin

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The competition will be held in Kazan

The Latvian hockey players who took part in the opening ceremony of the digital tournament "Games of the Future" have been disqualified. The Latvian Hockey Federation (LHF) has suspended the licenses of these players, the LHF press service reports.

Latvia did not specify which hockey players were caught up in karma. At the same time, the Ukrainian Hockey Federation wrote on its Telegram channel that Latvian hockey players Kirill Minaev, Ervins Mushtukovs, Alisher Mubarakshin, Kirils Tambievs, Pavels Goroshkovs, Martins Lavrovs, and Nikita Zantant were present in Kazan.

Foreign athletes caught up with karma for attending the Kazan Future Games with Putin

The word "digital" is a mix of two words: physical and digital. At first, teams fight each other on a game console and then find out who is the strongest on a real court. The final result is formed by the sum of virtual and real goals scored.

Foreign athletes caught up with karma for attending the Kazan Future Games with Putin

The Games are believed to be initiated and inspired by Russian President Vladimir Putin, who invented the competition to promote propaganda ideas.

Foreign athletes caught up with karma for attending the Kazan Future Games with Putin

The dictator himself attended the opening ceremony. The famous figure skater Kamila Valieva stood next to him. She was dubbed Putin's new mistress on the Internet.

Foreign athletes caught up with karma for attending the Kazan Future Games with Putin

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