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46 Players Banned From Dota 2 Pro Circuit

Valve and Perfect World have made a big announcement today that has the Dota 2 community buzzing. They’re cracking down on players who have been interfering with fair competition in the Chinese Dota 2 Pro Circuit (DPC). And let me tell you, the list of banned players is long.

Knights and EHOME are two of the teams affected, with Knights being suspected of match-fixing and using cheats during official Dota 2 Pro Circuit games. But the inclusion of EHOME’s players has come as a surprise to many, and some are questioning the integrity of the entire Dota 2 Pro Circuit in China.

In total, 46 players have been banned, with 21 of them receiving permanent bans. That’s a lot of players out of the game. The bans apply to all events hosted by Valve and Perfect World, which is a major blow to those players’ careers.

Here’s the full list of banned players:

Banned Player Team (if any) Duration of Ban
Luo “eGo” Bin Knights Permanent
Vincent “AlaCrity-” Hiew Knights Permanent
Su “Flyby” Lei Knights Permanent
Chong “FelixCiaoBa” Wei Lun Knights Permanent
Xiao “XCJ” Chaojian Knights Permanent
Wong “mks-” Sim An EHOME Permanent
Xu “mmm” Ziyang Team Mystique Permanent
Yang “Helios” Yuepeng LBZS Permanent
Zhan “guoguo” Yaoyang LBZS Permanent
Kim “Unknown-” Jit Pin Team Flow Permanent
Fan “123” Zhilong Permanent
Chen “STAR” Mingyang Permanent
Yu “BANG” Lepeng Permanent
Sun “Dev1ce” Yinhan Permanent
Shen “Xyz” Chao Permanent
Zhao “Re:0” Haocheng Permanent
Kong Xiangdong Permanent
Cui Zijian Permanent
Rick “darly” Lee Permanent
Fan “Ayo” Tianyou Permanent
Fan “farewell” Menglong Permanent
Pan “yChen” Shuaifang EHOME 2 Years
Tang “Salad” Xiaolei EHOME 2 Years
Liu “Lww” Weiwei EHOME 2 Years
Pu “zone-” Junyu Team Mystique 2 Years
Law “Nj” Chee Hoong Team Mystique 2 Years
Raymond “rayy” Then Team Mystique 2 Years
Jin “pp” Peng LBZS 2 Years
Somsak “Nevermine” Chanthavisouk Team Flow 2 Years
Lee “ShareHeatbeat” Mingqi 2 Years
Huo “sss” Xiaolei 2 Years
Xu Hang 2 Years
Jiang “HuiHui” Yixin 2 Years
Zheng “ghost” Jie 2 Years
Lee “X1aOyU” Qian Yu EHOME 1 Year
Tan “TrazaM” Kai Soon Team Flow 1 Year
Yang “Ms” Yongjie Dawn Gaming 1 Year
Liu “ex” Shaojun Dawn Gaming 1 Year
Lin “Son Goku” Shiyang Dawn Gaming 1 Year
He “Docres” Ercong Dawn Gaming 1 Year
Chen “tomorrow” Xiaolei 1 Year
Chen “fantasy-” Zhifan 1 Year
Zheng “Hy” Shuo 1 Year
Ma “Kygo” Xianglong 1 Year
Li “Mercader” Ruofei 1 Year
Mo “lost” Jian 1 Year

The decision by Valve and Perfect World to issue a joint statement announcing the bans has left the Dota 2 community in shock. The future of the game’s competitive scene in China is now in question, with many fans and players expressing their concerns. The controversies surrounding match-fixing and cheating have been a dark cloud hanging over the Chinese Dota 2 Pro Circuit for months now.

The absence of these banned players will undoubtedly have an impact on the Dota 2 Pro Circuit. Many of them are key members of teams competing in the Lower and Upper Divisions of the DPC, and their absence will be felt. Fans are left wondering what the future of the Chinese Dota 2 Pro Circuit will look like without these players and whether the bans will be enough to restore the integrity of the competitive scene.

The Dota 2 community is now left with many questions about the future of the game in China. The bans have sent a strong message that Valve and Perfect World are serious about maintaining fair competition in the Dota 2 Pro Circuit. Only time will tell whether the bans will have the desired effect, but for now, fans will be eagerly watching to see how the situation develops.

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