LCS Competition Ruling: Denial of Service Attacks – Hexo

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Sh0tslol

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03-19-2013

A warning? Really. Should perma ban him NOW
And Lee should seek to sue since it cost him $ he would have gotten from streaming.


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SunLeviathan

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03-19-2013

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Originally Posted by Dead Mans Chest View Post
bro its cool... you raged at a 1-10 player so you get banned... **** IRL that **** dont matter... WELCOME TO LEAGUE OF LEGENDS

go rage at 8 year old kids outside of the game if you really have to. im sure your teddy bear mr cuddles told you to do it but you can lie to him. what mr cuddles doesnt know cant hurt him.


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keybler86

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03-19-2013

TIL Riot cares more about players saying bad words and mean things to other plays, than someone causing connection failure and committing a possible Federal offense. Just wow.


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EdwardFlunky45

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03-19-2013

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No punishment for nintendude?

Seriously, he was the one who said "hit it".
He didn't do the DoS.
Check the rest of the video and you'll see what he said after Hexo started talking ****.


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PhaZ

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03-19-2013

Can a riot member explain to me why NintendudeX isn't getting in trouble either or a warning.

1. He plays for the team that the said manager mangers and was in the game during this time
2. He plays in the game in question and says 'Hit it!' so he obviously knew what was happening
3. His alternate account name is freaking 'NintenDDosX' ( http://leaguepedia.com/wiki/NintendudeX ) which clearly says 'DDOS'

Riot pls


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Fenstick

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03-19-2013

So many ragers and trolls n this topic.

There is no definite 100% undeniable proof that it was a DoS attack. The best that they have is circumstantial evidence. Unless there is a recording of him actually DDoS'ing Robert, there is no way to legally charge him on a Federal level.

However, Riot (Tencent) owns the game and he is a pro manager, in effect an employee. They can let him know that he is suspected of it and that should they find evidence of him doing something like it or ever have done something like it in the past, he will be fired and have his account deleted.

A similar analogy would be smoking pot on the roof of the building you work in. It's illegal, but if there is no proof you can't be charged in a court of law. However, if your boss hears about it, he can tell you that if you are ever caught doing it again or he finds out that you have done it other times, you'll be fired.


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Kooloo Limpah

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03-19-2013

Was this a scrim game?


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Dulu

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03-19-2013

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Originally Posted by Sh0tslol View Post
A warning? Really. Should perma ban him NOW
And Lee should seek to sue since it cost him $ he would have gotten from streaming.

Agreed 100%.

Press charges and then sue him, and Riot: perma ban him.


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staele

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03-19-2013

I don't understand. You guys have PROOF that he is DSoSing other LoL players because he lacks the ability to win fairly, and you give him a slap on the wrist, yet you ban other players of the game because they get reported for not speaking english in all chat or some other **** like that...

Can we get an outline of your standards. If DDoSing < swearing/abuse/intentionally feeding as it seems to be in this instance, you guys will be facing A LOT more problems down the line.


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Dulu

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Originally Posted by Fenstick View Post
So many ragers and trolls n this topic.

There is no definite 100% undeniable proof that it was a DoS attack. The best that they have is circumstantial evidence. Unless there is a recording of him actually DDoS'ing Robert, there is no way to legally charge him on a Federal level.

However, Riot (Tencent) owns the game and he is a pro manager, in effect an employee. They can let him know that he is suspected of it and that should they find evidence of him doing something like it or ever have done something like it in the past, he will be fired and have his account deleted.

A similar analogy would be smoking pot on the roof of the building you work in. It's illegal, but if there is no proof you can't be charged in a court of law. However, if your boss hears about it, he can tell you that if you are ever caught doing it again or he finds out that you have done it other times, you'll be fired.

Video evidence of him admitting to it is all the evidence that would be needed in a court of law. That is literally the strongest evidence you can present in a criminal case.