PUBG, the Bad and the Ugly
Just in a matter of a couple of hours two teams announced they are parting with their players. The first one were the participants of the recent IEM Katowice lan who though haven't managed to win prizes still have finished in the upper bracket - the American squad Ghost Gaming. They have announced they are releasing one of the players via twitter:
Due to unprofessional behavior and endangering the well-being of his teammates, we're announcing the release of #PUBG player Gavin "DefineLegit" Lawrence. Ghost has a zero-tolerance policy for these actions. We'll use a sub for #StarSeries and we're searching for a replacement.— Ghost (@GhostGaming_GG) February 28, 2018
By the unprofessional behavior the organization probably meant these actions
Different angle ;) pic.twitter.com/3Tz1hXD1ri— Hayz (@HayzPUBG) February 25, 2018
The second occasion is more drammatic and concerns one of the members of the Windigo CIS squad. The organizers of the upcoming PGL lan have published an official statement in their discord server:
This player has achieved some high ranks in the ladder and participated in multiple lans in Kiev. Too bad that due to his inpropriate actions his road to cybersport is over. No pitty though.
Windigo CEO commentary: