Riot Bans Korean Challenger Player for 20 Months

Yoon “Sign” Chan-Ho of team Virtuoso Gaming has been suspended for 20 Months

On Monday, Riot Games Korea announced that Yoon “Sign” Chan-Ho of team Virtuoso Gaming (a Challenger team in Korea) has been suspended for 20 months after being caught using “Helper” Software.

This is now the eighth time an official esports penalty has been given out due to the use of third party software since the new “Global Penalty Index” was introduced back in February. 

Sign joined Virtuoso Gaming back in 2015 as a mid laner, but never really had the success he was looking for. In the Challengers Korea 2016 Summer Season, the team had a 1-6 series record with a 3-12 game record, falling into a relegation position.

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