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LA Gladiators’ Fissure Hits Out at Dallas Fuel’s OGE for Boosting

Los Angeles Gladiators main tank Baek ‘Fissure’ Chan-hyung has hit out at Dallas Fuel main tank Son ‘OGE’ Min-seok for his participation in account boosting.

OGE was signed to the Dallas Fuel towards the end of Stage 2 of the Overwatch League, but before he could play his first match he received a four-game ban for taking part in account boosting.

OGE finally made his debut in week two of Stage 3 against Seoul Dynasty, a hard-fought match which Seoul ultimately clinched 3-2. In the aftermath of the result, Fissure took to Twitter to take a shot at OGE.

Fissure has been a vocal critic of account boosting in the past, and it seems his thoughts on the matter are just as firm regardless of whether the player in question is a fellow Overwatch League professional. When Dallas coach Kyle ‘KyKy’ Souder attempted to step in on behalf of his player, Fissure merely doubled down.

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In response to the drama his tweets had stirred, Fissure followed up with a string of comments in Korean, which have been translated by Robin311:

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Fissure later went on to demonstrate the difference in response to boosting between “western” (English-speaking, in this case), and Korean cultures. By running Twitter polls in both languages on the subject, Fissure aimed to show that Koreans treat boosting as one of the most serious infractions of gaming rules and etiquette.

OGE isn’t the only player in the league to have been punished for account boosting. Prior to the league even starting, Philadelphia Fusion’s Kim ‘SADO’ Su-min was suspended for 30 matches for a much more extensive involvement in an account-boosting scheme.

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