Koma’ Admits Fault and Apologizes Virtus.Professional To Obtain New Have

While the 2022/2023 Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) season has not officially begun still, it appears that Virtus.pro could be the first workforce to do a roster improve in the future time as it seems to be to search for a new carry participant subsequent the the latest ban of its carry, Kamil “Koma`” Biktimirov from Valve functions.

A few days in the past, Valve, through tournament organizer PGL, forever banned 10 players from collaborating in upcoming Dota 2 tournaments because of to cheating and rule violations in the course of the Open up Qualifiers for the 1st tour of the 2022/2023 DPC season, with VP’s have remaining a person of the players on the blacklist.

Koma’ admits to wrongdoing, VP to locate new carry for 2023

Following the announcement of the bans by event organizers PGL, Kamil “Koma`” Biktimirov (also recognized as “agressive little one”) as he apologized for the account sharing incident that led to his ban.

“Today I figured out the largest lesson of my life. I designed the error of listening to other persons, believing them and enjoying an formal match from a different account, hoping to get the prize revenue from the event. I totally admit my guilt and apologize to the full community and particularly the VP enthusiasts. I notice how much I’ve allow my club down but there is certainly absolutely nothing I can do.”

He also included on by declaring that he accepts any punishment that is supplied to him by Valve, nonetheless also urges Valve to reconsider the kind of punishment.

“I actually desired to be a Virtus.professional player so I hid my transgression all through tryouts hoping no just one would uncover out. I am 20 several years previous and Dota is my daily life, it’s all above now and no a person is to blame apart from me and my choices. I agree that I have to be punished for my blunder, but I will inquire Valve for a reduction in the ban. I want to think the very best, but I will acknowledge whichever Valve chooses. After all over again, I apologize to anyone and urge young players to imagine with their heads and not destroy their potential. I hope to see you once more.”


VP’s CEO, Nikolai Petrossian also commented on the challenge on Twitter. He started out off by saying that he was shocked to see their participant getting concerned with the incident. Having said that, he also hoped that the incident will be a lesson for these making an attempt these steps in the future.

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He then defended the team’s supervisor Aleksandr “StrangeR” Solomonov from criticism next the fallout from Koma`s ban right before stating that he will go on placing his comprehensive belief into supporting the manager in developing a “new roster”.

As of now it is unclear what VP’s CEO meant by constructing a new roster. Although it is certain that Virtus.professional will be hunting for a new have right before the year commences on 9th January 2023, it is unclear if VP are ready to compete in the upcoming DPC season as Valve’s rule mentioned that “any group that plays 5 or additional Regional League matches with a substitute will be disqualified and any remaining online games will be forfeited.”

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