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Reapered’s Twitter account was hacked and is leaking all sorts of things

Cloud 9 League of Legends head coach Bok “Reapered” Han-gyu apparently had his Twitter account hacked Tuesday, and it’s leaking info of many League of Legends Championship Series figures.

Among the leaked items — and as of 6 p.m. ET the account is still active — are VODs of scrims by North American teams (with full team speak audio) in Korea, as well as account information of Cloud 9, the passport for Team Liquid coach Choi “Locodoco” Yoon-sup and personal identification information of Team SoloMid.

The leak also includes chat logs allegedly between Joshua “Dardoch” Hartnett and Locodoco, and Immortals’ Adrian Ma and Counter Logic Gaming’s Trevor “Stixxay” Hayes.

The authenticity of the information, especially the chat logs, has not been verified.

The person in control of the Twitter account is also offering to sell the scrims for money and listed an email for anyone to contact him or her.

Scrims of other North American teams’ bootcamps in Korea have previously been leaked. This also isn’t the only Twitter leak in recent memory, as a Team SoloMid employee was the apparent victim of a hack in July.

UPDATE: A string of tweets from Dardoch suggest his chat logs were indeed authentic.




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