A League of Legends coach is wanted by the British police for an alleged series of fraud and cyber-abuse dating back to 2014. The Turkish league coach Aykut ” Turkinator ” Baskal has helped bring some of the best Turkish teams on the international scene, but now it is the center of attention for other reasons.
The former coach of Fenerbahce is therefore sought after for events that occurred, it seems, again in 2014. According to a report by the BBC, Turkinator is sought after for ” a series of high-value frauds that occurred between January 2014 and December 2015 “. The boy, it seems, also missed a court hearing on August 2017.
The police believe that he is currently in Turkey since the end of the TCL season, but that he still continues to have contacts in the UK.
Turkinator was the coach of Fenerbahce Esports from November 2018 to August 2019 when he left the organization due to the expiration of the contract. The boy has also coached other Turkish League of Legends teams since 2017.
He has also worked with players such as Park ” Untara ” Ui-jin, ex SK Telecom T1. He led Fenerbahçe to qualify for the MSI 2019.
Turkinator, however, as well as the British police, appears to be famous in the Turkish community for alleged DDOS attacks and for being a hothead due to its toxic behavior.
Timotej ” Zen ” Stempihar, who worked with Turkinator as a coach at Fenerbahce, said that ” I didn’t agree with him on many things while I was in Turkey, but I never imagined he was actually wanted by the British police and a suspect criminal “.
We look forward to furthering updates for a story that should not spoil the party for the start of the 2019 Worlds.
— BBC Yorkshire (@BBCLookNorth) September 24, 2019