You would be forgiven for thinking that the very public example of professional League of Legends player IWillDominate getting banned due to unruly behavior would have made people think twice before repeating history. Not so: PC Gamer has picked up on the banning of two more players who will now be unable to compete in the Championship Series for a period of one year.
Player enVision was reported in 29 percent of total matches -- a rate six times greater than the average European player -- and had a peak harassment score in the worst 0.06 percent of all European accounts this month. The second player, Linak, shared a similar peak harassment score and reportedly had behavior which "worsened in the past three months, even as his team advanced into the upcoming [LCS] Season Three EU Qualifier."
According to Riot Games, "Their toxic behavior in-game has led to a recent permanent ban of their accounts, and, for both players, this is not their first permaban. We're now taking action in order to help ensure that players seeking to compete in the LCS represent the principles of good sportsmanship and clean play."
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