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League Ban

krollic STEAM_0:0:25906358

krollic has been found to be using game modification exploits to gain an unfair advantage within Respawn League. As such, they will be receiving a standard 2 Year Competitive Ban.

Should ANY teams in Respawn be found housing this player, the team will be permanently removed from our competitions and all players involved will face severe penalties.

It's pretty scary when leagues can ban someone off false evidence, faked screenshots and messages with no context behind them and not allow any type of appeal process. It's almost that as if you get on the wrong side of admins they can just ban you because they don't like you. :^)

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