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Doki Shares More Information About His Ban Situation And His Future



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Jack “Doki” Robertson is a 19-year-old British Rainbow Six Siege player who has been playing for Natus Vincere since 1 June 2019. After he got permanent ban for toxic behaviour by Ubisoft, ESL announced that he won’t be playing for 6 Months in the tournaments. On 12 October, Doki shares more information about his situation.

Doki said:

“As some of you may have heard, ESL has banned me from their competitive events for the next 6 months. While I’m upset by the ruling, I respect their decision. I’ve always been a big believer that actions have consequences and I’m no exception. In case you weren’t aware I was banned for toxic behaviour. I’m at fault for past cases of toxic offences.People that know me or follow my stream will know that I’m not a bad person at heart. I can get emotional at times but there’s never any malicious intent behind my words.”

He added:

“Everything I’ve worked for over the past 4 years, everything I’ve grinded for, is now meaningless. I gave up everything to pursue a chance in this game and for now it’s gone. In the blink of an eye, my past actions cost me years of hard work. It’s devastating. To all fellow players, let my punishment be a lesson to you. I assume there have been moments where you’ve lost control and said awful stuff in chat. Your words matter so be careful what you say; whether you’re an influential member of the community or not”

Doki continued:

“So what about my future? Well, I’m honestly unsure. I might start streaming more often. But my Pro League journey will be on hold for now, as hard as it is to say. For anyone that followed me please redirect that love to my team. They deserve all the support in the world. The support has been amazing from the community and I honestly appreciate it. From the bottom of my heart thank you. I want to be clear that I’m not looking for pity at all. I own my mistakes. I want to show everyone that I’m a changed person and not the kid that I once was.”

Doki lastly said:

“Thank you to everyone once again, and sorry. I let you down and I let myself down. The words that I was banned for do not define me as the person I am today. I’ll continue to better myself in every way I can, not just over the past six months but beyond.”

You can check his tweets below.

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