TNC Predator reveals that Kuku is not banned from the Chongqing Major

Vignesh Raghuram

2o, Dec, 2018

Image Credits: TNC Predator

TNC’s management issued a statement earlier this week, detailing Kuku’s punishment. There was a swell of support for the Filipino star from fans, players and talents alike. After qualifying for the Chongqing Major, TNC has issued yet another statement detailing the consequences of them competing in the major.


They have also revealed that neither TNC nor Kuku is Banned from the Chongqing Major but also added that Kuku’s safety is not guaranteed if he attends the Major.

The statement represents a grim scenario in Chongqing, that has grabbed the attention of the Dota 2 community. TNC has also made it clear that they have not yet decided whether to compete in the Chongqing major in this climate, despite qualifying through the SEA Qualifiers.


At the time of writing, Valve has not made any statements regarding this situation. However, the Dota 2 community expects Valve to step in promptly.