MLG suspends pro Call of Duty player over “repeated harassment”
MLG recently had to suspend a professional Call of Duty player over repeated harassment of MLG employees. The company obviously has a zero tolerance policy over harassment, and they’ve decided to ban this guy from a few matches and 1 upcoming tournament. Call of Duty player Patrick “Aches” Price was the culprit here, and it’s pretty unfortunate since this is his way of life, and he’s not going to participate in the job that pays the bills.
“Since the inception of MLG in 2002, we’ve abided by a strong set of values and rules in order to operate the league in a professional manner. Similar to traditional sports leagues, we hold our Pro Players accountable for their actions. Unfortunately, the recent behavior of one player requires disciplinary action,” it added.
Price has been vocal about new rules that forbid matches from being broadcast on other streaming channels (namely, Twitch) outside of MLG.tv.