After IWillDominate, TFBlade has now been removed from the League Partnership Program until June 2021.
Ashkan “TF Blade” Homayouni is one of the most popular League of Legends streamer on Twitch. He is widely recognized because of his journey to the challenger or rank 1 series. TF Blade however on his journey to rank 1 on series on Korea, he was banned there because of toxic chatting. This resulted in him getting on probation from the League Partnership Program back in March 2020.
But today, TF Blade received an email from Riot Games that says, “we’ve determined that there haven’t been the necessary improvements expected from our League Partners.” As a result, he has been immediately removed from the LPP program.
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TF Blade is not happy about Riot’s decision and on his stream, he has shown his frustration by saying that he has been accused without any kind of proof.
“The thing is they just can’t just come accusing me of being this guy that hasn’t improved his attitude and he’s toxic. They haven’t even said why I got banned and they are just accusing shit. I just don’t like to be accused,” TF Blade said on his stream.
Because of his ban, he will not have any privileges over League Partnership Program benefits and on top of that, he is also prohibited from joining any channel that co-stream any LCS or academy matches. And talking about banning from co-stream, recently another popular League streamer IWillDominate has also been removed from the League Partnership Program as well.
Riot Games will again review TF Blade on June 2021, but until then he will remain banned from the League Partnership Program.