Boston Uprising fires DreamKazper over sexual harassment case

Competitive scene Overwatch the arrival of bad news. Reportedly one of the players Boston Uprising, Jonathan “DreamKazper” Sanchez has been officially fired in connection with the case of sexually abusing a 14 year old boy, who is also a fan.

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The controversy started on Sunday, April 8, 2018 through several tweets who claims that DreamKazper does sexual harassment through inappropriate chat to a 14 year old fan (identity changed). Other screenshots are also widespread to be able to provide hot issues about Sanchez’s departure.

Boston Uprising takes this matter seriously, the two organizations show the next step by investigating this in order to find a bright spot on the controversial chat.

However, a day later since sending the tweet, Boston Uprising officially terminated Sanchez’s contract without any evidence or statement from Boston.

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This seems very sudden, even though the investigation process takes at least 1 week to find the essence of the problem.

The team must leave the talented DPS, although there is no certainty regarding the alleged sexual harassment by the man born in the United States.

In response to this, the Boston Uprising brought in Min-seok “Aimgod” Kwan, a Support with the expertise to use Ana and Lucio.

This player had made an extraordinary achievement through a victory at Overwatch Pacific Championship 2017 – Season 2, when beating Flash Wolves 4-0 without reply.

After being bought by the team Meta Bellum, the player was only able to finish third on the title Overwatch Contenders 2018 Trials in South Korea, who have the opportunity to advance to the next round, namely Contenders Group Stage.

Stanislav “Mistakes” Danilov. Source: Blizzard Entertainment

Sanchez’s filling role DPS, will be replaced by Stanislav “Mistakes” Danilov who is projected to become DPS in the first team. Se-hyeon “Neko” Park and Kristian “Kellex” Keller staying digadang will change role them from Support to role Flex.

The two Support vacancies will be filled by Min-seok “Aimgod” Kwan who are still having a work visa problem.

The Boston Uprising team itself should continue their journey on Overwatch League Stage Three face to face against New York Excelsior on April 12, 2018 and Florida Mayhem on Saturday, April 14 2018.

Boston Fixture Matches. Source: Boston Uprising Twitter
Edited by Jabez Elijah