Just when you thought the worst is over, the Dallas Fuel tank drama continues today as their newest tank whose transfer was confirmed last week and is yet to play a game, Min-seok “OGE” Son, is embroiled in an account-boosting accusation. The news was first brought to light by Rod ‘Slasher’ Breslau via the tweet:
According to an unconfirmed claim on Inven (Korean Reddit), new Dlallas Fuel tank OGE is accused of boosting, part of a boosting company called ‘Friendsi Company’https://t.co/vPzG7M7mJs
— Rod Breslau (@Slasher) March 13, 2018
According to an unconfirmed claim on Inven.co.kr, OGE, was part of an account boosting company and have been paid to ‘surrogate’ for paying customers.
So far we are unaware of any actions taken by the Dallas Fuel regarding this accusation but if the story turns out to be true, it would surely severely affect their preparation going forward following one of their main tanks, Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel’s departure.
Several Overwatch League players have been fined and suspended for similar infractions in the past, with the most recent one being Los Angeles’ Ted ‘ Silkthread’ Wang who was fined $1000 for account sharing. Philadelphia Fusion’s Sumin “Sado” Kim was handed a 30-match suspension for account boosting between Overwatch’s Competitive seasons 4 and 5 – way before he was signed to the league.