(04 December 2013 - 03:26 PM)And I don't think Korea will be an issue, I looked it up and if the LoL wiki is correct, the organisations that sponsors LoL teams and the ones that sponsor Dota 2 teams are completely different, and not one organisation has a team in both games
(04 December 2013 - 03:21 PM)@Wannabe I didn't get the interpretation that it applies to everyone under the organisation, but lawyering isn't my strong point. If that's true however, I can see how it will affect both games badly. Some teams could drop their LoL teams (like Na'Vi. I don't see Na'Vi dropping their Dota 2 squad) while some teams drop their Dota 2 squad (EG maybe). Or you could maybe work around it by having 2 organisations/sponsors/whatever, like EG/Alliance. But legal stuff aren't my strong point so I could be entirely wrong about this
(04 December 2013 - 03:03 PM)@nights yeah, i agree with the drugs etc (not the tobaco part), but forcing a whole organisation/team to preety much stick to one game is BEYOND retarded, oh and that preety much means that all the upcoming korean teams that are already into lol have to drop their dota 2 teams ( if that applys to korea as well at least)
(04 December 2013 - 02:29 PM)@Wannabe It's the kind of restrictions you see a team impose on it's players for the benefit of their brand, but from the devs themselves to everyone who uses it is right at the edge of insanity imo.
(04 December 2013 - 02:29 PM)@Wannabe Well, some of them make sense... the non video game ones, anyhow. This is pretty ridiculous. I could understand them not wanting the competition, but to force the teams participating (and maybe organisations?) against streaming what they want to is pretty crazy.