18-year ban for Dota 2’s 23savage following ‘toxic behaviour’

Valve has banned Fnatic’s “23savage” Teeramahanon. Last night’s Fnatic trainer Lee “Sun-Shie” Jeong-jae posted a video on Twitter last night that showed 23savages Dota 2’s main account banned until January 19, 2038.

The professional player, 17, had an excessive ban last night due to “exaggerated reports that hadn’t been ready or abandoned.” The video shows that the Immortal Rank of 23savage has been removed.

Around an hour before the posting of SunBhie, TNC carriage Kim “Gabbi” Villaforte posted a monitor image showing a ban for eighteen years, and tagged the official Dota 2 Twitter Account to seek help from the developer of the game.

While Valve hasn’t reacted to either of the two posts on social media, DreamLeague Season 13 is the second day in playoffs for Fnatic: the Leipzig Major, who fought against Team Secret by a top 6.
Title 23 savage is playing on its main account and its rank medal is displaying both the central and support ranks, meaning that the ban has meanwhile been lifted.