Ex-Overwatch Pro DreamKazper Apologizes For His Past Mistakes

Category: Overwatch, Date: 06/Oct/2019

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Ex-Overwatch League professional player Jonathan ‘DreamKazper’ Sanchez posted an apology on Twitter in regards to his past mistakes.

The ex-Boston Uprising player was released from the team in December 2018 after sexual misconduct allegations involving minors were brought to light.

Two underage girls came forward with allegations that DreamKazper, 21 years old at the time, has had a long-distance romantic and sexual relationship with them after his Overwatch League debut.

Considered a disgrace to the League and the Overwatch community, DreamKazper simply disappeared without anyone knowing exact details on what happened to him.

Later on, it was discovered that DreamKazper was still playing Overwatch under a different username, and he’s probably making a living through boosting accounts.

Today, DreamKazper tweeted out “I’m Sorry…” along with a TwitLonger going more into details. This is the first time after a year of the incident’s occurrence that he publicly addresses anything in regards to the allegations. 

The ex-professional player took full responsibility for his actions in the past and apologized to everyone that believed him and to those he hurt. 

“I know it’s been a long time since I’ve reached out to anyone but it’s been really difficult and scary to even communicate or speak to anyone, it still is,” DreamKazper wrote. “I have made bad decisions in my life that I take full responsibility for and will not make any excuses regarding it. I really want to apologize to everyone that I hurt during the situation and those that were involved in it.”

“I’m truly sorry to the people that were once inspired or looked up to me including past friends, teammates, fan and also the community as I feel that I have let them all down. I will continue to strive to work my hardest and improve myself as a person and a player,” he continued.

DreamKazper stated that he strives to improve as a person and a player, hoping to make things right.

“Improving as a player” drew a couple of questions,

Why tweet this now after the Overwatch League 2019 ended? 

Are we going to see DreamKazper back in the Overwatch professional scene again? Or is he going to join a different professional scene?

Will DreamKazper decide to stream Overwatch on Twitch.tv?