Infiltration Voluntarily Withdraws From Capcom Pro Tour 2018

Tournament // News // Esports // By pets_torrefranca // 16 November 2018

Infiltration Voluntarily Withdraws From Capcom Pro Tour 2018
Panda Global and Capcom Pro Tour have recently released a statement pertaining to the status of Street Fighter specialist Infiltration. In a twitter thread and a YouTube video, Panda Global announced that they have terminated their contract with the said player due to allegations of domestic abuse and assault. The termination was based on the facts gathered by Panda Global pertaining to the charges whom the player denies. Part of the thread shared by Global was a statement from Infiltration stating his voluntary withdrawal from CPT 2018 and 2019 in order to minimize the damage done to his team and the FGC, all the while maintaining his claim of innocence. 
"he understands the circumstances of our review and conclusion. In acknowledgment of a first offense, he has voluntarily withdrawn himself from competition for the agreed upon period of the rest of the 2018 Capcom Pro Tour season, including Capcom Cup Finals this year, and the full 2019 CPT season. A second offense will result in a lifetime ban from participating in all future Capcom Pro Tour events. - excerpt from the statement released by Capcom Pro Tour
Capcom Pro Tour on the other hand also released an official statement in response to the charges. The organizers of the event have also confirmed the voluntary withdrawal by the player for both the 2018 and 2019 seasons. It also states that if such incident ever happens again in the future will result in a lifetime ban from all Capcom Pro Tour Events. Infiltration holds the 11th spot in CPT Global Rankings. Check out the video from Panda Global together with all the links for their decision and the timeline of events gathered from their investigation.


"Panda Global's Video Statement On Infiltration"

Source: Panda Global, Capcom Pro Tour