Dota Pro Circuit 2021: Why Team Assault was disqualified from Dota Pro Circuit 2021? Team Assault, who were a part of the SEA lower bracket for DPC 2021, are disqualified from the tournament.
As we have DPC season dates, another team will leave before the competition begins. The latest team to be disqualified from Dota Pro Circuit 2021 is Team Assault, who were a part of the SEA lower bracket. The organizers of the DPC in the SEA region, PGL, confirmed the news on Thursday 14 January. He will be replaced by Indonesian team Army Genius.
Team Assault was one of 8 teams that managed to make a dent in the lower bracket of the SEA region, but their journey is now over. They consist entirely of Malaysian players. Some of the more popular members of Team Assault include former PSGLGD.int players Wang “Gay” Kok Guan and Raymond “Raye” Phir Wan Jia.
Ment DPC 2021 SEA Lower Division Announcement:
Team invasion is disqualified due to account sharing and is replaced by army genius.#DPCSEA
– PGL (@pglesports) 14 January 2021
Why was Team Assault disqualified from DPC 2021?
So, the answer to the above question is that some members of Team Assault were found guilty of account sharing during the qualifiers. Account sharing, as it clearly states, is sharing your account details with another player so that they can play a professional match with the former’s account.
PGL has not given us any information about who is / are the culprits in Team Assault. Initial suspicions began on 10 January, when they surprisingly blasted Team Jirotu 2–0 during Stage 2 of the qualifiers. The latter were favorites to win, and this sudden turn of events put everyone into thinking.
Later, Tozero’s perpetrator, Lee “X1aOyU” Qianyu, voiced his suspicions in a game with Indonesian dreamer Ramzi “Ramaz” Bahaki. He felt that there was a ban on Newbie players using the accounts of Team Assault players. Based on Ping, he said that they were playing not from Malaysia but from China. He reported his suspicions to PGL, which was found to be true.