Recently ESEA had announced that their data has been compromised. The hack came in the wake of the new years. Almost 1.5 million accounts were compromised as a result of the hack.
The hackers had even tried to blackmail the company based the data that they hacked. It is unclear how the negotiations went by.
Looks like they must have gotten the passwords from that ESEA hack as my password has been changed 🙂 thanks @ESEA
— Chad Burchill (@SPUNJ) January 10, 2017
It has now come to light that Spunj’s account has been compromised. The hackers have changed his password and he has been locked out of his ESEA account. Spunj used to play for Renegades back in the day, but stepped down from Renegades following several internal conflicting reports.