10k$ fine? Really? Thats nothing for big orgs, they will probably so it again and try not to get caught. In my opinion it should be set to like 100k-200k$, then actually teams would think twice before trying to use any kind of cheating.
What do u guys think?
"Small orgs", kek, so far the big ones getting caught with this kind of stuff, heroic, mibr, vitality. 10k$ is nothing for them. U dont understand this ammount create no intimidations, thats why teams keep doing this
Yeah but I'm talking about the Cogu incident because Vitality was fined for the same reason as MIBR: leaving the stream playing in the background. And the community comments are vastly different. That's my point.
And btw, ESIC said that dead cheated for **ONE ROUND**. And everybody chose to ignore other teams and coaches that watched several rounds. Like I said, double standards.
I think it should be a significant portion of their winnings from the tournament.
That way it can be applied to all tiers of professional competition.
Given that Vitality could potentially win $600,000 from this tournament (and have already secured $50,000 at the very least) I completely agree that $10k is laughable.
I think they didnt mean this to be a real punishment its to give a warning to others trying to do this.After all they didnt technicly break rules since they didnt look at the screen but its breaks the spirit of the rule.