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Ex-Overwatch League professional player Jonathan ‘DreamKazper’ Sanchez announced that he is planning to start a charity stream for a good cause.
On the 6th of October, Dreamkazper broke silence in a tweet apologizing for his past actions after disappearing from social media for a year.
DreamKazper was kicked from the Overwatch League and his team the Boston Uprising after sexual misconduct allegations involving minors. He was cast away by the community and considered a disgrace to the league.
The ex-professional player recently tweeted out that he is planning to do a charity stream, and will be streaming on Sunday at 6:30 pm PST for a test stream.
“I want to plan some charity streams for a good cause, tomorrow I will be doing a short test stream at 6:30pm PST in preparations for that. I want to make a good difference and I hope this will be a good start.” DreamKazper posted on Twitter.
I want to plan some charity streams for a good cause, tomorrow I will be doing a short test stream at 6:30pm PST in preparations for that. I want to make a good difference and I hope this will be a good start.— DreamKazper (@DreamKazper) October 13, 2019
It seems one of our speculations to the reason behind the sudden “Apology” DreamKazper posted was correct, DreamKazper is trying to get back into streaming and making it a career for him once again, hoping the community can move on from his disgraceful past and support him once again. It’s unknown how the community will act on his stream but looking at the reaction on his tweet it doesn’t seem it’ll be taken well.