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27/10/21Esports

Competitive Ruling: Suphawit “Doomsday” Namuangrak

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VALORANT Esports has banned Suphawit “Doomsday” Namuangrak for cheating in ranked VALORANT matches.

Suphawit had previously played in the VALORANT Champions Tour Stage 3 Open Qualifiers Thailand, which subjects them to the VALORANT Champions Tour - Global Competition Policy. He has thereby violated section 7.2.5 of the VALORANT Champions Tour - Global Competition Policy.

VALORANT Esports has decided to ban Suphawit, a former member of Team SHN, for 12 months, effective immediately.

CONTEXT

Maintaining the competitive integrity of our tournaments is our top priority and we take such matters extremely seriously. As Riot’s custom game security software Vanguard is continually improved upon, Riot’s ability to detect cheating in VALORANT increases. All players are expected to abide by the rules of fair play, whether or not they are playing in a competition setting. However, professional players are subject to additional penalties if caught cheating. Cheating in any VALORANT queue is against the rules of competitive play, violates the fuels of fair play and will not be tolerated by VALORANT Esports.

RULING

Suphawit “Doomsday” Namuangrak has violated section 7.2.5 of the VALORANT Champions Tour - Global Competition Policy and is banned from participating in all official Riot competitions for 12 months, effective immediately.

RELEVANT RULES

7.2.5 - Cheating is prohibited. Any modification of the VALORANT game client by a Team or Team Member is prohibited. The use of any kind of cheating device or cheat program shall be deemed cheating.

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