match-fixing

The Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) has prohibited Omega Esports from all Valve occasions following its claimed involvement in match-fixing activities.

As of Tuesday, November 23, Omega shed its upper department seat in the DPC Southeast Asia league, paving the way for Boom Esports to take its place and avoid relegation to the reduced division.


Included in the ban were current Omega players Prince “Royal prince” Daculan and Ryniel Keit “Zenki” Calvez.
The DPC likewise outlawed Omega coach Chris Ian Francis “CTY” Maldo and also previous players Dave “Hiro” Miyata, Van Jerico “Van” Manalaysay, and also Patt Piolo “Piolz” dela Cruz.


With Van signing up with Execration before the restriction, the team has been permitted to fill his roster port with an eligible gamer.


The ban came simply days after Omega overhauled its lineup with the enhancement of Malaysian Liew “Eren” Jun Jie, South Korean Lee “Forev” Sang-don, and Indonesian Ramzi “Ramz” Bayhaki.


Omega stated on Wednesday that it had not received a primary copy of the result.
“We do not condone any form of match-fixing or cheating or video game dealing in our company. We will explore this issue and reach out to all the events entailed,” Omega stated in a statement.

By drew

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