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World Playoffs - Rule Violations

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BiggieJohn

Senior Member

10-10-2012

So Frost did blatantly cheat. They get fined and keep the win while Curse/Dignitas got DQed for assumptions.


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Fun

Senior Member

10-10-2012

Thanks for the clarifications


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Fenixfeather

Senior Member

10-10-2012

See guys Riot gives power to the people wether they were right or wrong or with motive they still investigated and punished accordingly. Bravo Riot!


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ImTheFBI

Junior Member

10-10-2012

Justice


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Raisu

Senior Member

10-10-2012

Quote:
heavnlyhell:
it is pretty funny how both teams looked at the screen, but one has to pay fine because one obtained information while the other didn't. So is looking at the screen against the rules or obtaining information?

Besides, Riot should've came up with better design than players able to look at the livestream screen when they turn their head slightly.... Besides, weren't they streaming it using the spectator mode? which should have 3 min delay?


Both teams were instructed to look forward at all times.

Looking away and gaining no benefit from it is a minor violation of the rule. (see TSM's and WE's warnings)
Looking away and obtaining crucial information that changes the gameplay is a major violation of the rule. (see AzF's fine)

Simple key is the difference between a Minor violation and a Major violation.


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ButterySteelo

Senior Member

10-10-2012

Quote:
BiggieJohn:
So Frost did blatantly cheat. They get fined and keep the win while Curse/Dignitas got DQed for assumptions.


Different tournament, different rules.


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Mono Air

Junior Member

10-10-2012

People asking for DQ: It's not going to happen as riot already announced their decision.
People Asking for rematch: plz stop crying TSM fanboys.


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Sarkhon

Senior Member

10-10-2012

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solid2q:
You need to realize that even with first blood tsm would have lost, maybe dyrus would have won his lane but regi lost his and so did chaox and xpecial the simple fact alot of people are over looking is AZF is just a better team im not sure why people think it would have gone another way you could redo that series 4 times and TSM would lose everytime in a Bo3


Regi lost his lane? Regi may have "lost" his lane, but Karthas isn't a beast because of his laning power... his global power is what makes him a beast, and he made a ton of great plays that game.


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Quackas

Senior Member

10-10-2012

I would gladly take a 20% fine on the prize winnings if it means I can cheat!


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Borigrad

Senior Member

10-10-2012

I would like to see a Replay just to be entertained. Ultimately 30k fine is a lot, and hopefully AF will be closely watched in the future. As will all teams.