Leviatán replaced Taiga in the Dota 2 lineup after further evidence of his 322
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In light of new evidence against Tommy " Taiga " Le's controversial 322 scandal, it looks like Leviatán have decided to make a quiet change to their Dota 2 roster

Leviatán replaced Taiga with Xepher

Initially, Leviatán did not make any official announcements, but simply updated the information on Lykipedia, where Taiga's place was taken by Indonesian player Kenny "Xepher" Deo. But later, a post appeared on the organization's official Facebook page.

It appears that Leviatán actually kicked Taiga out of the lineup due to his involvement in the 322 scandal, and an official announcement from the organization only confirms this:

"Due to recent events, we have decided to terminate our cooperation with Taiga by mutual consent.

Leviatán stands against unsportsmanlike conduct. The organization adheres to values based on integrity." - Leviatán.

Immediately following this announcement, the team announced on Twitter that the new fourth position player will be Kenny ' Xepher ' Deo.

Current Dota 2 Leviathan lineup:

  • Samuel 'Sammyboy' Anderson

  • Igor 'Stojkov' Stojkov

  • Damien 'kpii' Saw-ching Chok

  • Kenny 'Xepher' Deo

  • Steven Edwin 'StingeR' Vargas Mamani

A large amount of evidence about Taiga's involvement in match-fixing

YouTube channel Morf, known for exposing Dota 2 irregularities, has surfaced evidence that Sensibility player Taiga may have been involved in match-fixing and gambling. OG , his former team, initially found him innocent, but after new evidence condemned his actions. Taiga and his Satanic organization Leviatan did not react to the accusations, and the player himself did not give any comments.

The Dota 2 community was very interested in the silence of the player, and they began to "dig under him" and found many interesting records of old matches, where it can be seen that he was deliberately not in his position and traded first blood kills for winning bets.

Now the professional player has decided to return to live broadcasts on the Twitch platform, but after such a high-profile scandal, the audience on his channel decreased significantly, and those who accused him in the comments were banned forever.

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