misunderstanding, in that example i was referring to the people who were directly involved with the scandal.
i understand your point, but there's absolutely nothing that the players can do about it. they sign agreements, they choose to play these tournaments, and they have to play by the organizers' rules
today, with all the constant snowflake media bs, i would not at all be surprised if an org like ESL banned a player for saying anything racist, homophobic, or prejudicial in a public forum setting like Twitch, Twitter, Facebook, etc. They're businesses geared to make money, they have investors and sponsors, they have responsibilities for governing their outlook, and quite frankly they probably couldn't care less if one or more players got banned for a particular reason. There's literally a line down the street filled with would-be players that are dying for a chance to be on the big stage.