The head of the RVI, Vasily Ovchinnikov, complained to Russian law enforcement agencies about the map of the Moscow metro, which was developed by the Moscow Department of Transport for the "Big Esports League" tournament on Counter-Strike 2. In his opinion, she may violate the laws of the Russian Federation.
Ovchinnikov pointed out that although the map shows a non-existent metro station, it "has all the attributes of Moscow transport." During the match, gamers can try on the role of terrorists and blow up the station, and this, according to the head of the RVI, is unacceptable. In addition, the map is available not only at the tournament — the Moscow Department of Transport plans to open it to ordinary gamers.
Ovchinnikov wants the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation and the Prosecutor General's Office to give a legal assessment of the image on the map of the critical infrastructure of the capital.
Note: the RVI website states that, among other things, the organization is trying to promote the idea that video games are good and useful for society. Apparently, she does this, in particular, through the fight with cards in Counter-Strike 2.