Competitors from Dota Pro Circuit of Eastern Europe kicked off their Spring Tour this week after being delayed due to Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine. And in the game, a Russian player seems to have made a signal in a war game, as a result his team is disqualified.

During Virtus Pro vs. Mind Games earlier today, midfielder Ivan “Pure” Moskalenko drew a mini-map of the game as the game was suspended halfway through the game. The symbol he painted was a Z-shape, which was actively used by the Russian government as a symbol of militarism and in propaganda campaigns to support the war.