Boston Uprising Terminates DreamKazper After Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Two minors have come forward accusing Jonathan 'DreamKazper' Sanchez of soliciting nude photos from them, resulting in swift action from the Boston Uprising.


As well as the first season of Overwatch League has been going for Blizzard, in terms of viewership and engagement, it also feels like more and more of the League's players are getting into trouble with each passing week. The latest incident doesn't involve getting into trouble on-stream, but it is very serious and has prompted the Boston Uprising into immediate action.

Jonathan "DreamKazper" Sanchez (Photo Credit: Blizzard Entertainment)

Jonathan "DreamKazper" Sanchez was accused over the weekend by a 14-year-old girl of inappropriate communication, which included Sanchez soliciting sexually explicit images from her across various social media channels. The accuser uploaded her story onto a Google Doc and both the Overwatch League and Boston Uprising responded by promptly suspending Sanchez indefinitely. On Monday, according to Dot Esports, the Boston Uprising outright terminated Sanchez from his contract.

The contract termination comes in the wake of a second woman coming forward and citing similar accusations against Sanchez. According to the aforementioned Dot Esports report, the woman stated that Sanchez purchased her a plane ticket to visit him in California and demanded nude photographs when she canceled the trip.

The Boston Uprising has not commented further on this matter.

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