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Riot Games fines OPL’s Team Regicide $750 for not fielding roster in time

Riot Games fined Team Regicide $750 for not fielding a roster by Riot's deadline for the Oceanic Pro League.
Riot Games fined Oceanic League of Legends team Regicide $750 for not fielding a roster by Riot's deadline for the Oceanic Pro League.

Riot Games announced Wednesday a $750 fine ($1,000 AUD) for Team Regicide of the Oceanic Pro League

Riot ruled against Regicide for failing “to submit a conforming roster substitute by the deadline,” which was Monday. As a further penalty, Regicide will have a complete ban loss its their week one matches.

This is not the first competitive ruling made against Team Regicide. In February, support Milos “Milky” Mladenovic was banned for two competitive weeks, and Kevin “Syh” Su and Alex “Nana” Kang were also banned two competitive weeks for account sharing. Adem “Panda” Tontu and Jaeung “Illusion” Han were banned for one split and the complete 2017 season, respectively, for boosting accounts.

In another round of competitive rulings on March, Yuekai ‘Cyk’ Chan, Thomas ‘LeeSa’ Ma, and Bill “Eyla” Nguyen were found to be account boosting, which led to all three of the players being ineligible to play in any Riot hosted tournaments for the remainder of 2017. LeeSa and Eyla will be eligible for play at the commencement of Split 1 in 2018 while Cyk will be ineligible until Split 2


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