Dota 2 team accused of match-fixing returns with a new “We Are Sorry” name

By Sherif Saed
18 December 2014 12:18 GMT

A professional Dota 2 eSports team that was embroiled in a match-fixing scandal has returned to the competition with a new name.

dota 2 cheating team we are sorry

GOSU Gamers is reporting that five members of the team formerly known as Arrow Gaming, a South-East Asia-based Dota 2 team, have left the team to form a new one that they named “We Are Sorry”.

Of course, they will still have to get around some of the bans issued to them under their original team name. Despite that, they have been allowed to compete in the Vietnam Champion League Season 2. None of their matches will be added to any Dota 2 betting website, however.

“I believe in them. People make mistakes daily. If no one will forgive them, they might have to stop playing,” said the organiser of the event.

Thanks, Kotaku.

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