Pretending for a moment that this isn't outright ridiculous, I feel like some of the 500+ words spent justifying this decision should have been used to legislate how the rule actually functions. It's called "the salary cap rule", but nowhere does it mention what the cap actually is. How much earnings did froyotech have to accrue for this rule to come into effect? How much does another team need to win before this rule will also apply to them?
Furthermore; in the case of froyotech, does this rule only apply to their RGL rostered players, or does it cover their ESEA roster as well? How about garbuglio and cookiejake from i63? Does this apply to froyotech's newly rostered players for the upcoming ESEA season? How long do the players have to be separate for before they are no longer considered team mates and can play together again? How many matches does a player have to play with a team before they are considered part of the core roster and are subject to this rule? What if froyotech create a new RGL line up in-keeping with whatever rules have been decided regarding the aforementioned issues, and then go on to dominate? At what point are those players no longer able to play together? What happens when you get through a few cycles of dominance and you have a group of 20+ players that are not allowed to play together?
If the answer to any of these issues is admin discretion based on perceived level of dominance, have you considered how this will impact the integrity of matches going forward? How will you ensure that a dominant team does not artificially close the gap in map/series wins by throwing rounds in what would otherwise be comfortable victories so as to create the impression of close competition and avoid being subject to this ruling?
To be clear, I think this rule is fundamentally against the spirit of any competitive discipline, and makes a mockery of the players and teams involved. At the end of the day though it is your league and you can do what you want, but if you are going to do it then at the very least do the prerequisite groundwork.