The second season of the Overwatch League is upon us and Mum Blizzard decides to give a hold to incorrect behavior. To do so, it has recently provided a new, very nice deterrent: the Discipline Tracker Player.
Published 5 days ago, this list will aim to make public names, surnames, nicknames, membership teams, wrongdoing and ban duration of all incorrect players. A real public pillory.
Obviously the Tracker will not deal with "minor" players: the Piazzale Loreto della Blizzard will be open only to the participants (pro-players) of the next Overwatch League.

With amazement (or maybe not), the registry of the bad guys already boasts well 7 members. Let's see them one by one.
The longest ban wins Riku "Ripa" Toivanen, Los Angeles Gladiators professional. 5 days of disqualification for toxic behavior.
Not bad even if-Hyun "Neko" Park, of the Toronto Defiant. 3 days of disqualification for the sale of accounts and for hindering the investigation of the League.
It is now the turn of the four sanctioned for account boosting: 2 days for Damon "Apply" Conti (Florida Mayhem), Kelsey "Colourhex" Birse (Boston Uprising), MinKi "Violet" Park (San Francisco Shock); 1 day for Shilong "Krystal" Cai (Hangzhou Spark).
No disqualification days for Won-Jae "Rise" Lee of the Guangzhou Charge, which will have to pay one fine of 1.000 dollars for account sharing.

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What do you think of this new tool? Do you believe it is right or that it can at least be useful?

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