Dota 2 Pros, Talents, and Personalities React to Taiga's Speculated 322 Scandal

Dorjee Palzang
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Dota 2 Pros, Talents, Personalities React To Taiga's Speculated 322 Scandal


Dota 2 community reels as new evidence links Taiga to gambling scandal, sparking reactions from pros and personalities.
Morf's bombshell accusations against Taiga raise questions about Dota 2 integrity and esports reputation.
OG and other Dota 2 figures condemn Taiga's alleged involvement in match-fixing, highlighting the severity of the situation.

In light of new evidence, Tommy “Taiga” Le, currently a part of Leviatán, is under deep allegations of insider gambling and the 322 scandal. Taiga, who was earlier dismissed as innocent and the verdict from OG’s investigation stated that he was not involved in Dota 2 gambling is now being questioned again.

On 5th April, Dota 2 content creator Morf dropped a bombshell on the Dota 2 community as he presented new probable evidence that linked Taiga to potential match-fixing, gambling, and ties with known 322 player, Aleksandr "Sensibility" Filatov along with the gambling mafia. 

This new evidence has shocked the Dota 2 community because if proven true, it would mean that a 322 scandal ran rampant across the highest level of competitive Dota 2, bringing the reputation of the entire scene under fire.

Various Dota 2 personalities and OG, the organization Taiga was a part of during the alleged 322 scandal, took to social media for sharing their stance on the matter.

Dota 2 Community Reacts to Taiga’s Alleged 322 Scandal

Dota 2 analyst, Maurice "KheZu" Gutmann, was one of the first to react to these severe allegations by Morf. Taking to X, KheZu said, “This Taiga match-fixing video is rough. Bro what the f were you thinking.

Former Level UP player, Milan "MiLAN" Kozomara, also took to X and shared “It's truly mind-boggling to witness the fall from grace of a player like Taiga."

He added how the once top-ranked Dota 2 player from Europe and one of the most talented individuals in the entire scene, who even won a Major, ended up throwing professional games for some random Russian players.

Retired Dota 2 professional, Peetu "Peksu" Vaatainen, empathized with Taiga and shared a heartfelt statement regarding the matter,“Very sad to hear this thing about Taiga. Known him for so long from HoN (Heroes of Newerth) days and hearing this breaks my heart. IDK what to say tbh just disappointed, gambling is a serious issue”

Dzmitry "Fishman" Palishchuk, who is the current captain of Entity's Dota 2 team, took a more emotional approach when talking about the situation with Taiga.

In a Telegram post, Fishman expressed that he felt pity for Taiga as he was a gambler and would do just about anything to recover his losses. However, he strongly affirmed that there was no forgiveness for people indulging in 322.

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Taiga’s former team, OG took to X and revealed that earlier accusations against Taiga were dismissed due to lack of evidence against him. Claiming to have done everything in its power at the time, OG strongly condemned Taiga’s involvement in 322 in light of the new evidence provided by Morf.

OG Statement Against Taiga 322 Involvement

Dota 2 streamer and content creator, Janne “Gorgc” Stefanovksi, further said that OG’s post was a way of saying that the organization did everything it could and OG was confirming that the evidence was out there.

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Dorjee is an avid Dota enthusiast, he has been playing the game since it was just a map in Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne back in 2009, he transitioned to Dota 2 in 2014 and can't stop playing ever since!