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Players Confess to Match-Fixing Scandal Involvement

October 16, 2014 ohestiada

 


Six out of the eight players that were placed under suspension due to a match-fixing issue between teams Mineski Dota 2 and MSI-EvoGT Dota 2 admitted that the accusations were true.

The accused players were invited by Mineski and MSI to explain their side and to sort things out. Each of them confessed that they have been involved with the rigging and were associated with Michael Vallejos and Jonathan Radores. With contrite, the players wrote a message asking for apology from their management and fans. Each of the players involved have also stated their withdrawal from their respective teams.

The players who were responsible and have since confessed  include (pictures at the bottom):

From Mineski Dota:
Mark Anthony “Jacko” Soriano
Richard “Paseo” Minowa

From MSI-EvoGT:
Carlo “Chin” Rivera
Mark “Byb” Gavin
Denver “yNd” Miranda
Patrick “JyC” Pascua

The players who were guilty will receive sanctions from both organizations.
The investigation still continues as the inspecting committee awaits for the statements of Joven “jvn” Pancho and Jo “Jotan” Tan.

UPDATE:

The two remaining players have surfaced and confessed about the incident:

Joven “jvn” Pancho
Jo “Jotan” Tan

Both the Mineski and MSI management team are  still awaiting the statements from Michael Vallejos and Jonathan Radores.

Shenrui YND NMA JYC jackoBayabasjoven jotan

Pictures taken from Mineski.net

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