Bali Major: BetBoom’s Win Against Tundra Reversed

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Bali Major: BetBoom’s Win Against Tundra Reversed

BetBoom Team’s 2-0 victory against Tundra Esports in the Bali Major Upper Bracket Quarterfinals has been reversed after the Russian team was found guilty of violating the rules 

The path of BetBoom Team in the final Dota 2 major of the season took an unexpected detour as they encountered a technical defeat in their matchup against Tundra Esports. 

The organizers made their ruling based on compelling evidence that emerged, clearly indicating that a member of the BetBoom Team had violated competitive rules.BetBoom will drop to the Lower Bracket, while Tundra will take their place in the Upper Bracket Semifinals. 

The ruling was prompted by a rule violation committed by Ivan “Pure” Moskalenko, the offlaner of BetBoom Team. During a lengthy pause in the match, Pure tuned into the stream of Alexander “Nix” Levin.

Dota 2 players are strictly prohibited from watching the official stream of a match while actively participating in it. his rule exists to deter any form of cheating. By tuning into the official stream, players can exploit a wealth of information, including insights into the opposing team's hero choices and strategic maneuvers. Such an advantage, if obtained illicitly, can tilt the balance of the match significantly, jeopardizing the principles of fair play and sportsmanship.

The Dota 2 community has witnessed notable incidents in the past where players faced repercussions for watching the official stream during matches. In 2015, Peruvian Dota 2 outfit Union Gaming were handed a six-month ban, after it was proved that r the Union Gaming players watching a Dota 2 stream during a crucial Canada Cup match against Team Fire. 

Bali Major: BetBoom’s Win Against Tundra Reversed
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