Jonathan ” Dreamkazper ” Sanchez, after more than a year, finally broke the silence, issuing a statement about his suspension from the Overwatch League following allegations of ” sexual harassment ” against a minor in the league’s inaugural season.
” I really want to apologize to everyone I hurt because of this situation and those involved, ” wrote Dreamkazper. ” Since that incident, I have repented of my actions and worked on myself to change because I want to become a better person towards those around me .”
This summed up the story: shortly after the start of the Overwatch League inaugural season, a 14-year-old accused Dreamkazper of having sent her and asked for sexually explicit content, despite knowing her age.
A second source revealed that the player would also buy her a ticket to visit him in California.
After an investigation conducted by both Blizzard and the Boston Uprising franchise, he was suspended from the league and subsequently expelled from the team, losing his contract and credibility.
In the brief period in which he participated in the Overwatch League, the former Boston Uprising player was considered one of the best DPS in the world. In all likelihood, he will not have any other, major opportunities in the export that matters, given that reputation is difficult to restore and has been out of the loop for too long.
— DreamKazper (@DreamKazper) October 6, 2019