One of the top League of Legend players, Tarzaned, will not be able to participate in an upcoming event due to a history of toxic behavior.
In order to participate in the upcoming Scouting Grounds event, players needed to pass a behavior check, which ensures that the player hasn’t violated the ToS in any way, shape, or form. Tarzaned wasn’t able to pull that off.
Those checks include:
- You must respond to the survey when it’s sent out in October.
- You must be 16 years of age by the start of the Challenger Series 2017 spring split.
- You’re very interested in playing LoL professionally.
- You have not played in more than 2 professional LoL matches in any league.
- You cannot be under contract by any professional team including Challenger teams at the time invites go out.
- You’re a North American resident as determined by the Interregional Movement Policy.
- You can pass a player behavior check, similar to what Challenger and LCS players must pass. This check includes a review of in-game behavior, Terms of Service violations, and looks at previous bans or suspensions.
As we’re all well aware, MOBAs are usually quite toxic, so it’s interesting to see Riot take such a firm stance on the matter.