Union Gaming Intentionally Broke Rules to Raise Awareness of Stream Cheating
Union Gaming CEO Alex Noriega stated that the team’s stream cheating against Summoner’s Rift in Canada Cup was intentionally done in order to raise awareness, calling for Dota 2 teams and fans to recognize February 2015 as “Stream Cheating Awareness Month.”
Since the incident against Summoner’s Rift, Union Gaming has been banned from Canada Cup and omitted from The Summit 3 pre-qualifiers. In addition, Beyond the Summit has announced additional protections against stream cheating, increasing the broadcaster delay from five minutes to three months, a delay that also appears to have affected their qualifier invites.
- ppd answer for this :”Union gaming should be DQ’d from MLG pro league and all their wins should be given back to the teams they beat. @joinDOTA @TobiWanDOTA”
"Extremely unprofessional… Another disappointment for the scene.". bY Me :(