Dogie expressed disappointment about SIBOL’s punishment after H2wo was hospitalized

What happened behind the scenes during the Nexplay EVOS vs Blacklist International match in the MLBB Sibol Stage 2 Qualifiers

According to a vlogs posted by The team tried to negotiate with the tournament organizers to see if the match could be postponed just enough so that H2wo could go to the hospital for treatment.

“He (H2wo) said to me, ‘Dogie, my stomach hurts!’ I thought he was joking, but we asked the sheriff if they could postpone the game by at least an hour to get him to the hospital and get treatment.” Dogie stated.

He also mentioned that the substitutes allowed to participate in the MLBB SIBOL Qualifiers were not enough. For him, a team of six is ​​not enough, teams should be allowed to have at least 10 players in case of emergency.

Dogie and the team reached out to someone to discuss their options for the tournament as they were short on a core player. While the name of the contact person was not disclosed, he explained that due to SEA Games regulations, the team can only have five starters and two substitutes.

“That is the regulation of the SEA Games Vietnam, a team of 10 people is not allowed. If this is the Philippine SEA Games, it could be a possibility,” said contact is not disclosed.

Negotiations eventually resulted in Blacklist International being awarded the first win of the match as Nexplay EVOS was penalized for H2wo’s absence. According to an undisclosed contact person, this is the final decision of league officials.

“Officials called and made their decision. That’s because we (Nexplay EVOS) were not able to inform them in advance that H2wo needed to be sent to the hospital,” said contact is not disclosed.

He added that officials asked why Nexplay EVOS didn’t say anything during their ping test (the time every team checks if they are ready to start the match) because H2wo was unwell on at that moment.

Dogie explains this by saying, “Before the game starts, H2wo can deal with the pain. But then he started to break down. He was ready to play but he kept falling down.” Dogie stated.

He then revealed his disappointment at Blacklist International getting a free win despite the medical emergency. The team also has a medical certificate as proof of legitimacy. “It’s okay, but next time, please take care of the health of the participants,” Dogie added.

The undisclosed contact person on the other end of the call said he was trying to defend the situation but the Federation official made their final decision. “They prioritized the live broadcast of the match for the health of the child (H2wo). It hurts the man,” he say.

H2wo was able to return to Bootcamp before the third game started. The pro player played in hopes of making a comeback against Blacklist International. However, the match ended with the final score 0-3 in favor of the M3 world champion, resulting in Nexplay EVOS falling to the lower group. Dogie expressed disappointment about SIBOL’s punishment after H2wo was hospitalized

Caroline Bleakley

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