Dolores crecientes: una historia de los peores, más infames y revolucionarios escándalos de los deportes electrónicos

by | 27 de Nov | General, Youtube | 35 comments

Desde el hazmerreír de los medios hasta la locura de los medios, desde miles de espectadores hasta millones, los deportes electrónicos han eclipsado todas las expectativas en la última década. Pero si bien los juegos competitivos han recorrido un largo camino desde sus humildes comienzos, no ha estado exento de controversias. Y eso no es una verdadera sorpresa, solo mira los deportes. Desde el Deflategate de la NFL y las controversias sobre traumatismos craneales hasta los escándalos de dopaje de la MLB y el amaño de partidos que se remontan a 1919, una cosa está bastante clara cuando se trata de deportes profesionales: a veces el espíritu de competencia se pierde en el dinero y la fama. Y los deportes electrónicos no son una excepción. Ahora, en 2017, con el anuncio de la franquicia NA LCS y la anticipación continua de la próxima Overwatch League, los deportes electrónicos dan un paso más hacia la madurez. A medida que la industria continúa avanzando, el interés y las inversiones del mundo del deporte conducirán a más profesionalismo, estabilidad y, sí, escándalos. Imágenes cortesía de: CEVO, Starladder, Blizzard, ELEAGUE, ESEA, ESL, GOM eXP, Honor the Call, Tmartn, IeSF, JoshOG, MBC, MLG, mOE TV, OGN, NFL, MLB, PGL, PhantomL0rd, Procydicate, Riot Games, theDailyDot, Team Curse, SPOTV, Sky News, Team EnVyUs, The Bitfury Group, TheWarOwl, TSM, Valve, weusecoins, fluff, Greg Wroblewski Música usada bajo licencia de Associated Production Music LLC («APM»). Consulte theScore esports en Android e iOS: Android: http://thesco.re/esportsAndroidYT iOS: http://thesco.re/esportsiOSYT Síganos en Twitter: http://twitter.com/thescoreesports Síganos en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theScoreesports Síguenos en Instagram: https://instagram.com/theScoreesports Síguenos en Snapchat: theScoreesports

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35 Comments

  1. Claudio Salas

    6:50 o cmon, in sport is separated for clear physical differences, on esport we have the russian all female team as a case study in favor of the rule

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  2. Dylan Piazza

    Separating men and women in physically dominated competition makes sense but did they think anyone would buy that bullshit when it comes to mental competition of any kind but especially video games? Thats crazy lol

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  3. Kerim Sahman

    Lmao Dreamkazper wasn‘t a thing back then hahaha

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  4. Ken Fresno

    "We want e-sports to be respected and treated like real sports!" — "… buuuuuuuuuuut we don't want the sexes divided like in every other sport."

    Well, which is it? Do you wanna be a sport, or do you wanna do your own thing? In no professional sport in America do men and women compete against one another. So either you fall in line with everyone else, or you're not going to be considered a sport. Seems pretty simple. Also, I've seen a dozen video game events over the last few years that only allowed women to attend/compete. I wonder why there isn't any backlash over that…

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  5. Ken Fresno

    "We want e-sports to be respected and treated like real sports!" — "… buuuuuuuuuuut we don't want the sexes divided like in every other sport."

    Well, which is it? Do you wanna be a sport, or do you wanna do your own thing? In no professional sport in America do men and women compete against one another. So either you fall in line with everyone else, or you're not going to be considered a sport. Seems pretty simple. Also, I've seen a dozen video game events over the last few years that only allowed women to attend/compete. I wonder why there isn't any backlash over that…

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  6. grim strife

    I think e Sports will always be plagued by these things gamers are smart and often have questionable morals. That mix is a recipe for trouble.

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  7. shaun

    Overwatch league a scandal now they viewbottin m8

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  8. Magnus

    Music at 4:38 please. I want it.

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  9. Booyabeatbox

    Brax is the supertalent… steel is the smart guy…

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  10. Ser Bonkers

    They are nerds who will cheat the first time they get the chance.

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  11. MijK7 lul

    Where is the M5 scandal with Vladimir Drinkman?

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  12. fall0rn

    Bugha softplayed his friends in the fortnite world cup,won 3mill and nobody said shit. wtf?

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  13. Big Poppa

    FIGHTING GAMES BEST COMMUNITY..

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  14. Big Poppa

    not in fighting games.

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  15. TriskelionPVP

    LOL is shit dota is way better!period

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  16. SendarSlayer

    I'm sorry. There is ZERO chance a single employee could push that change to the client.
    A higher up pushed that change, and they most likely profited.

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  17. Censor Wars

    What about when those guys pretended they were a team full of black guys and won cal-o and cal-m

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  18. DJ APOTOMOUS

    The rule to separate females and males makes sense but okay people

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  19. Havik

    A year and a half later and the constant mentions of the Overwatch esports league changing the landscape forever seem funny. What a botched call that was, don't know why you had to say it repeatedly throughout the video.

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  20. -Cide

    “Short competitive lifespan”? CSGO? Why do the majors still have huge prize pools etc if the competitive lifespan is over

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  21. South Mingo

    Nobody wants Robert Craft or Fred Wilpon as owners for anything.

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  22. r k

    how many bitcoins did he mine?

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  23. A. P.

    deflategate was a bs witch hunt.

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  24. Eric

    How negatively and out of context and dimensions can a video be damn 😅

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  25. Tax

    I mean with a team name like ibuypower would you expect them to up hold any sort of integrity or honor?

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  26. 孙林可

    Suprised that a scandel was not even mentioned like savior and hwasin. The scandel was so influential that destroyed a game (kind of). And the scandel was not about any gambling. Did people just forgot e-sports before LoL? MBC map scandel.

    During 2005 StarCraft still dominated South Korean e-sports, but there were also lots of WarCraft 3 fans cuz WC3 is a good game. MBC league secretly modified maps, which including various nerfs on NE units and various buffs on ORC units. This scandel arguably destroyed South Korean WC3 pro scene since SC was so popular but WC3 was just developed, and a scandel sentenced its death in South Korea. Both MBC and OGN cut investments on WC3. This scandel also caused another aftermath. Despite the buffs and nerfs, the ORC player Romeo still lost to a gifted NE player Freedom. The former got a heavy blow and quit WC3 pro scene. The latter switched to SC due to the scandel.

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  27. _Vallee _

    3,700 Bitcoin is now worth over 15,000,000 Dollars.

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  28. kabalan20

    "Overwatch League" AHAHAHAHA

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  29. Marika's Daughter

    That csgo lotto scandal should have been way worse for those guys. They should have had their steam accounts banned and all items removed. They were promoting their own company like it wasn't theirs… It's no different than when donald trump (sort of) got in shit for promoting his daughters clothing line.

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  30. SweetJP

    haha. why do I have a feeling, that the male/female divide scandal was complained about by a female sjw? I can just see her go "females are just as good as males" or something, and the make sure they all go to the same leagues unknowingly that they will get completely destroyed and never get a win. i'm not saying women are bad at video games, i'm just saying men just simply give it more time and straight up beats all female teams, when it's pro vs pro.

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