The Philippine League of Legends team at the 31st SEA Games was in trouble when the competition day was near.
A few months ago, the Philippine national League of Legends team at SEA Games 31 – West Point Esports surprised the gaming community by losing to the VCSB team in Vietnam.
To this day, West Point Esports continues to become a name of interest to the League of Legends community because of its relationship to drama in the Philippine gaming village. Accordingly, West Point Esports has been accused of being a fraudulent team, cheating, … when using “ghost accounts” to compete in many tournaments at the same time.
In addition, West Point Esports was also accused of showing a lack of professionalism when disclosing the personal information of a player who wants to join this team.
After the incident spread widely in the gaming community, the Philippines’ national Esports team – SIBOL also posted an article knowing that it would investigate the top of the incident.
“SIBOL management has been informed of the allegations against some of our representatives.
Rest assured that we will look into the issues to take the correct action.
Team SIBOL adheres to the spirit and honor in competitions. So we will do what is necessary to protect the value of sportsmanship, integrity and fairness in representing the country.” – SIBOL’s post on Facebook fanpage.
Although it is not known how SIBOL will come up with a solution to the case after verifying this information, however, the representative of LoL of the Philippines at SEA Games 31 is being criticized a lot on League of Legends forums.
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