G2 Esports' ex-CEO Carlos "Ocelote" Rodriguez is now under the competitive ruling of League of Legends European Championship, because of violating the rules set by Riot Games. When Ocelote's 8-week ban comes to an end on November 13th, he is required to complete sensitivity and executive training, the details of which are decided by a third party, unaffilated with League, G2 and Carlos.

Earlier the decision to ban Ocelote became inevitable because of his tweets. The CEO had celebrated G2's victory, partying with social media face Andrew Tate. Furthermore, after hundreds of negative feedback Carlos made another statement, mentioning that no one is able to "police" his friendships. This was the boiling point of the scandal, where fans already demanded sacking Carlos.

League's Art. 9.2.5 has the following rules on the matter:

Team Managers/Members may not give, make, issue, authorize or endorse any statement or action having, or designed to have, an effect prejudicial or detrimental to the best interest of the League, Riot Games or its affiliates, or League of Legends, as determined in the sole and absolute discretion of the League.