Koma’ Admits Fault and Apologizes; Virtus.Professional To Discover New Carry
Virtus.professional latest carry, Kamil “Koma`” Biktimirov not too long ago acquired a everlasting ban from Valve tournaments.
Following the ban, Koma launched a public assertion saying that he apologizes for his wrongdoings and asking Valve to scale back his punishment.
VP’s CEO acknowledged that it’s going to proceed to place full belief and assist to the workforce’s supervisor because the workforce appears to be like for an appropriate alternative.
Whereas the 2022/2023 Dota Professional Circuit (DPC) season has not formally began but, it seems that Virtus.professional could be the primary workforce to do a roster change within the upcoming season because it appears to be like to seek for a brand new carry participant following the latest ban of its carry, Kamil “Koma`” Biktimirov from Valve occasions.
A number of days in the past, Valve, by means of event organizer PGL, completely banned ten gamers from collaborating in future Dota 2 tournaments as a consequence of dishonest and rule violations in the course of the Open Qualifiers for the primary tour of the 2022/2023 DPC season, with VP’s carry being one of many gamers on the blacklist.
Koma’ admits to wrongdoing, VP to seek out new carry for 2023
Following the announcement of the bans by event organizers PGL, Kamil “Koma`” Biktimirov (also referred to as “agressive youngster”) as he apologized for the account sharing incident that led to his ban.
“At present I discovered the most important lesson of my life. I made the error of listening to different individuals, believing them and enjoying an official match from one other account, hoping to get the prize cash from the event. I totally admit my guilt and apologize to all the neighborhood and particularly the VP followers. I notice how a lot I’ve let my membership down however there’s nothing I can do.”
He additionally added on by saying that he accepts any punishment that’s given to him by Valve, nevertheless additionally urges Valve to rethink the kind of punishment.
“I actually wished to be a Virtus.professional participant so I hid my transgression throughout tryouts hoping nobody would discover out. I am 20 years outdated and Dota is my life, it is throughout now and nobody is accountable besides me and my selections. I agree that I’ve to be punished for my mistake, however I’ll ask Valve for a discount within the ban. I need to consider the most effective, however I’ll settle for no matter Valve chooses. As soon as once more, I apologize to everybody and urge younger gamers to assume with their heads and never spoil their future. I hope to see you once more.”
VP’s CEO, Nikolai Petrossian additionally commented on the problem on Twitter. He began off by saying that he was shocked to see their participant being concerned with the incident. Nonetheless, he additionally hoped that the incident might be a lesson for these making an attempt these actions sooner or later.
He then defended the workforce’s supervisor Aleksandr “StrangeR” Solomonov from criticism following the fallout from Koma`s ban earlier than saying that he’ll proceed placing his full belief into supporting the supervisor in constructing a “new roster”.
As of now it’s unclear what VP’s CEO meant by constructing a brand new roster. Whereas it’s sure that Virtus.professional might be searching for a brand new carry earlier than the season begins on ninth January 2023, it’s unclear if VP are capable of compete within the upcoming DPC season as Valve’s rule acknowledged that “any workforce that performs 5 or extra Regional League matches with a substitute might be disqualified and any remaining video games might be forfeited.”