Bureau of Immigration (BI) and the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) will be needing to give their side on the offloading incident which directly affects 3-Filipino cyber athletes (DOTA 2) training in South Korea.

Senator Bam Aquino wants explanation from BI and POEA

The three Cyber Athletes namely - Mark “Cast” Pilar, Djardel “Chrissy” Mampusti and Ryo “ryOyr” Hasegawa of team Raves was allegedly offload on their flight because of lack of documents presented.

Senator Bam Aquino wants BI and POEA explain why they have banned the three from leaving to South Korea when they have been doing it for how many times now.

Aquino said, “They have traveled several times to South Korea using the same documents they presented in the past without any hitch. Suddenly, they were barred from leaving without any valid reason,” and added, Worse, the offloading happened during a crucial time where they were scheduled to train for several big international competitions.”

As of this writing, I have not seen any statement from the side of the two main bureaus affecting this incident.

For a brief, Team Rave have been under the assitance of Sen. Bam's office as one of the Senator's support for 'he growth of the community and development of the e-industry in the country.'

Aquino said, “We will continue helping them in any way we can because we believe in their potential in bringing honor to our country.”

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