Philippine-based esports group Omega Esports has been banned from all Valve-sponsored occasions resulting from “engagement in match-fixing actions”.
The announcement was made by the Southeast Asian Dota Professional Circuit (DPC) League on Tuesday.
In response to their publish, the ban can also be prolonged to Dave Hiro “Hiro” Miyata, Prince “Prince” Daculan, Patt Piolo “Piolz” Dela Cruz, Ryniel Keit “Zenki” Calvez, Van Jerico “Van” Manalaysay, and Chris Ian Francis “CTY” Maldo.
The league, nonetheless, didn’t disclose the specifics of the mentioned match-fixing actions.
An replace on the SEA DPC groups competing within the upcoming 2021-2022 Winter Tour: pic.twitter.com/vtndhpdINP
— SEA DPC League (@SEADPCLeague) November 23, 2021
With the choice, Omega will lose their Division I slot within the DPC Southeast Asia League.
“Staff Execration will probably be permitted to fill the open spot on their roster with an eligible participant and proceed competing within the upcoming DPC SEA League – Winter Tour,” the league mentioned. Growth Esports will even retain their Division I slot from the earlier season for the upcoming 2021-2022 Winter Tour.
The event is scheduled to be performed on November 29 to December 20, 2021, and on January 5-23 subsequent yr.
Omega, in a press release, mentioned on Wednesday that they don’t condone dishonest or recreation fixing and can look into the matter as effectively.
—Justin Kenneth Carandang/JMB, GMA Information