Pysonix bans delusioN, Frenzyy one year for throwing game


Rocket League players Aiden “delusioN” Hendry and Finlay “Frenzyy” Rockach were banned from an annual ban on events organized by Psyonix and performed live by Lets Play due to actions in a Sunday game. The Australians competed for Team Esper in a game against Fury in the final of the regular season of the LPL Pro Rocket League Oceanic Championship.

According to multiple media reports, Esper led 2-0 in the best-of-five and needed a 3-0 or 3-1 victory for a lead. After Fury tied the game at 2-2, Esper let in the first goal of the decisive game in the first two seconds, causing the Twitch commentators to say, “Looks like they’re giving Fury the win.” Esper soon set a goal of his own that fueled the conspiracy theories.

In response, Team Esper fired delusions, Frenzyy and Peruvian-Australian Steve “SSteve” Berrospi after the game, although SSteve avoided the penalty after Psyonix’s investigation. SSteveand Frenzyy both posted on Twitter: & # 39; I did not throw … & # 39;

DelusioN took a photo on SSteve and tweeted: “Very unprofessional from Psyonix to be influenced by the outbreak of the Ssteve and the media and not giving me and Frenzyy a fair trial. Disappointed with the immaturity of all the pros and fans who attacked us unknowingly our side. Absolutely crushed. Cya in 2021 rats “The punishment ended with:” Both Psyonix and LPL take the competitive integrity of Rocket League Esports very seriously. This type of behavior is completely unacceptable and will should not be taken lightly. We reserve the right to impose additional sanctions at our discretion. “

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