Ex-Arrow Gaming Players reform as We Are Sorry

Dota 2 Mervyn “ISB” Tan

The team of 5 players who had previously been embroiled in a matchfixing scandal under the banner Arrow Gaming have reformed under a new team name, We Are Sorry. They will be playing in the Vietnam Champion League Season 2 under this name.

The team had previously been contracted to Arrow Gaming and had attended The International 4 as the winners of the SEA qualifiers back in May this year. However, upon their return to SEA they were plagued by motivation issues and concerns over their future, which led to them betting large sums of items on Dota2Lounge and throw a match. While this incident was isolated from the larger Filipino match-fixing ring involving MSI and Mineski, they were still disqualified from all ongoing tournaments, and fired from Arrow Gaming.

Their reformation as We Are Sorry will be their attempt to re-enter the Dota 2 scene, and will be participating in the Vietnam Champion League Season 2. The VCL features a prizepool of US$3.1k, and the organiser, Van Khoa 'PewPew' Hoang invited them, explaining his reasoning as such: "I believe in them. People make mistakes daily. If no one will forgive them, they might have to stop playing.

We Are Sorry will be playing with their nicknames in between their team tag (i.e. WeAre.DDz.Sorry), and their team comprises of:
Malaysia Yi Liong 'DDz' Kok
Malaysia Kelvin 'MTR' Chong
Malaysia Choo Jian 'MoZuN' Goh
Malaysia Soon Siang 'xiangzai' Chiok
Malaysia Hsien Wan 'LaNcE' Fua

Source: Mineski.net


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Mervyn “ISB” Tan
Mervyn 'ISB' Tan is an undergraduate who writes about eSports mostly because he has the time to. He enjoys the ARTS/MOBA genre in general, and cannot play FPS games to save his life. He wishes that he will one day reach 5k MMR, too.