Blizzard ANZ have announced that INTerstella INTerstella Asia-Pacific Rank #0 have had their results from Trials Australia Season 2 wiped for competing with ineligible players, leading to a change in the Trials standings. Surge eSports Club Surge eSports Club Asia-Pacific Rank #0 , who had previously secured Contenders Qualification, have dropped to 5th place in the Trials standings while PIXL eSports PIXL eSports Inactive have risen to 3rd place. As a result, PIXL will replace Surge in the upcoming season of Contenders Australia.
Changes to the final Contender Australia Trials team standings have been updated for Season 2: https://t.co/LjJNdfI4Lj— Blizzard Esports ANZ (@BlizzEsportsANZ) June 29, 2018
Interstella's disqualification has also lead to changes in the Contenders seeding. Bin Chickens have now been seeded in Group A, with PIXL filling their spot in group B.
This isn't the first time that disciplinary action has lead to a major shakeup in Contenders Australia. Three Alter Ego players were banned just days before the commencement of Season 1, ultimately dooming the chances of the once promising squad in the tournament.