Dota 2: betting scandal in professional scene
Southeast Asian teams have been involved in unethical situations.
As with any sport, the stakes are not absent from the scene of Dota 2. Unfortunately, the arrangement of items was discovered in Southeast Asia, even involving a team that came to participate in the latest edition of The International, arrow Gaming.
This plight was discovered when capture conversations between Michael Vincent Vallejos and Jonathan PEAKERS disclosed. These showed them talking about a "bad choice" in the game between MSI-Mineski by competition Starladder X. Another image shows JyC player MSI, asking for nearly $900 "for the game". MSI lost as agreed.
A few days after players from both teams admitted their involvement and renounced their respective teams.
In the middle of a game by The Summit 2 competition, it was revealed that the team Arrow Gaming also incurred these practices, which led to their elimination from the competition. Arrow won the game against Invasion, symbolic and probably because it lacks the competitive future of the organization is not the best.
The organization Beyond the Summit and Dota 2 Cybbet (more dota 2 betting) investigated suspicious activity and determined that the Asian team lost on purpose against Australians Can "t Say Wips in the Synergy League. Brides two team players Malaysian bet against the team that represented his region in the last the International.
These facts and history of Solo, Russian player who was also found guilty of earning US $322 per bet against his team, make it necessary to ask whether Valve must somehow regulate gambling around the title.