ANAHEIM, CA - NOVEMBER 3: A cosplayer poses for a photo at BlizzCon 2017 at Anaheim Convention Center on November 3, 2017 in Anaheim, California. BlizzCon is the site of the Overwatch World Cup 2017 eSports tournament. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)

With the second season of the Overwatch League starting in the next couple of months the league released a new tracking system to maintain a list of infractions a player has committed and their punishment.

7 players have been added to the list including Damon “Apply” Conti of the Florida Mayhem who was suspended for two games for account boosting.

Along with Apply; Colourhex of the Boston Uprising, Krystal of the Hangzhou Spark, Neko of the Toronto Defiant, and Violet of the San Francisco Shock were suspended for the same infraction with varying degrees of severity. Riku “Ripa” Tolvanen of the Los Angeles Gladiators was suspended 5 games for throwing and toxicity and Guangzhou Change’s Won-Jae “Rise” Lee was fined $1,000 for account sharing.

Source: The Overwatch League