Omega Esports Dota 2 team banned by Valve for fixing the match

Southeast Asia (SEA) team Omega Esports has been banned from all Valve-sponsored events after it was found to have engaged in mind-bending activities. In addition to Summit (BTS), the organizers of the SEA Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) 2021-22 Tours, made an announcement on Twitter, listing the names of 5 players and a coach who have been banned. Omega Esports has now lost its place in Division 1 to BOOM Esports, who finished seventh in Division 1 last year and have been relegated. To fill the slot of BOOM Esports’ Division 2, an additional closed qualifier will be held.

Omega Esports’ involvement resulted in the banning of all Valve-sponsored events

The six members, both current and former Omega Esports members, who have been banned by Valve are:

  • Prince “Prince“Daculan

  • Patt”Piolz“Piolo Dela Cruz”

  • Van Jerico”Valve“Manalaysay

  • Dave”Hiro“Hiro Miyata”

  • Ryniel Keit”Zenki“Calvez

  • Chris”CTY“Ian Francis Maldo”

This five-player roster was officially announced by Omega Esports on September 26, 2021. The DPC events were over by that point and the team had been together for almost a month and a half, during which they were only participate in third-party Dota 2 events. On the other hand, CTY was hired as a coach on June 24, 2021, a week before TI10’s regional qualifiers.

When the ban was announced, Prince, Zenki and CTY were members of Omega Esports among these six now-banned members. Van, Hiro and Piolz recently left the team. Furthermore, Van continued to participate in Execration. Following his ban, Execration was allowed to replace Van with another qualified player and will continue to compete in Division 2 of the upcoming Winter Tour 1.

Liew”Eren“Jun Jie, Ramzi”Ramz“Bayhaki and Lee”Forex“Sang-don recently joined Omega Esports in place of Van, Hiro and Piolz. With the loss of the team’s slot slot, Eren, Ramz and Forev, (who did not participate in the wits) unfortunately lost their chance to compete. playing in the Lower region On Twitter, Forev mentioned that he is looking for a new team, either as a coach or as a player, and is open to relocating.

Omega Esports finished sixth in Southeast Asia’s second tournament last season, ahead of BOOM Esports (seventh) and Lilgun (eighth), thus maintaining its Division 1 spot. BOOM Esports has now been granted for that Division 1 spot.

Two teams will be included from the Southeast Asia open qualifiers in Division 2. Ragdoll has already qualified, and another open qualifier is underway that will determine the second team. With BOOM Esports moving to Division 1, there is now a vacancy in Division 2. To fill this position, BTS has announced that they will be holding a closed qualifier on November 26, 2021.

Omega Esports (also known as Smart Omega) is an e-sports organization based in the Philippines that specializes in providing various e-sports titles including Dota 2, League of Legends: Wild Rift, Tekken 7, Mobile Legends and Call of Duty Mobile. Omega Esports Dota 2 team banned by Valve for fixing the match


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