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FPX’s jungler Bo handed a 4-month suspension for match-fixing in League of Legends’ Chinese Development league

FPX’s jungler Bo handed a 4-month suspension for match-fixing in League of Legends’ Chinese Development league
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FPX’s jungler Bo handed a 4-month suspension for match-fixing in League of Legends’ Chinese Development league

FunPlus Phoenix’s jungler Zhou “Bo” Yang-Bo has been suspended from aggressive League of Legends for 4 months, after being discovered responsible of match-fixing.

The 19-year previous Chinese League of Legends professional was initially suspended for a non permanent interval on the finish of February. The ban got here into execution after Bo himself confessed to the LPL disciplinary fee relating to his involvement in match-fixing whereas in the League of Legends Development League (LDL).

I’m wondering if league officers will maintain in thoughts that Bo was coerced into match-fixing, I assume it is determined by the “proof” however I’m not shocked at scummy of us taking benefit of teenagers, it’s esports in any case

Tian’s situation’s additionally a large ? so total this simply, sucks..

— Linda Professional League 🦦 (@iCrystalization) February 22, 2021

Investigation reviews indicated that Bo was “coerced” into “collaborating in “inappropriate conduct” in the 2020 League of Legends LDL season throughout his days with eStar Younger in the Chinese Academy League.

Por último, y de forma adicional, @FPX_Esports ha decidido deducir 6 meses del salario de Zhou ‘Bo’ Yang-Bo.

El membership se opone a este tipo de comportamientos y, alegan, pretenden comenzar un camino saludable tras dicha rectificación.

cr: https://t.co/dBh779PLpJ pic.https://www.gadgetclock.com/esports/twitter.com/LBFdKPkxYA

— ChinaGAP #EsLPL (@ChinaGAP_) April 22, 2021

As a consequence, an in-depth investigation of all of the 43 groups (LDL and LPL), their gamers, coaches, and officers was finished and eventually, the League organizers have come to a conclusion.


Bo apologized and “regretted his errors” for match-fixing in the Chinese League of Legends Developmental League

Image via FPX
Picture by way of FPX

After an in depth investigation into the difficulty, LPL authorities have discovered a number of responsible of match-fixing in the 2020 season. Together with Bo, ThunderTalk Gaming’s assist Wang “Teeen” Yao-Ji and jungler Xiang “bless” Yi-Tong have been banned from collaborating in aggressive play for the time being.

Information) LPL, LDL match fixing investigation outcomes
FPX Bo, TT Teeen : suspended for 4 months
TT bless : suspended for 12 months#LoL #LPL [email protected] https://t.co/0IrYKBeSiR

— kenzi (@kenzi131) April 22, 2021

LDL League of Legends facet Shen Jie Gaming have additionally been suspended from skilled Esports for an unsure interval. LPL formally said on Weibo,

“The purpose of this large-scale investigation by the league is to extra completely perceive and rectify the scenario of match-fixing in the league, to remove the affect of match-fixing in the long term.”

LPL authorities have additionally assured followers that they may cope with such points by uncompromising requirements in the long run. Bo took to social media to publicly apologize for his improper actions on the aggressive League of Legends scene. As translated by iCrystalization, Bo confessed:

“I’m Zhou Yang-Bo. At the moment, I wish to solemnly apologize to everybody right here. I am sorry. I’ve spent this previous interval regretting and struggling, and figuring out how I ought to face everybody. However one ought to by no means, below any circumstances, violate the principles. What’s improper is improper. I deeply remorse the errors I made in the 2020 LDL season.”

“I’m Zhou Yang-Bo. At the moment, I wish to solemnly apologize to everybody right here. I’m sorry.”

(cr: https://t.co/amoSXJ7c2k) pic.https://www.gadgetclock.com/esports/twitter.com/u54d9L9Eaq

— Linda Professional League 🦦 (@iCrystalization) April 22, 2021

Initially, the jungler was handed a ban of 6 months. However, the suspension was later decreased to 4 months as a reward for cooperating and helping in the investigation.

As of now, FPX’s ex-jungler Gao “Tian” Tian-Liang will likely be taking Bo’s function in the jungle till the tip of the 2021 season. Bo will miss the 2021 League of Legends Summer time Cut up, to start later this 12 months.

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