The competitive gaming scene is undoubtedly a place full of tension and emotion, as you can witness epic matches that end up going viral, and in some cases, we see how some players end up getting kicked out for their behaviour.
This ended up being the case of Filius Malinauskas, a 22-year-old Lithuanian man, for mocking his opponent’s handicap in the game “Valorant”, Riot took action against the player and banned him from the game’s competitive scene for life.. The company issued a statement about the situation, stating the following:
“We will not tolerate toxic behavior nor will we tolerate the humiliation of people with disabilities.
As this is his second competitive ban, Vilius “Krea60n” Malinauskas is now banned from competing in Valorant East: United and Valorant Challengers East: Surge. “
Everything originates from a clip Navy Somarcocel, in which Vilius Malinauskas, a punishing player who calls himself in “Valorant” as krea6oN, mocks facial spasms, which are involuntary contractions of muscles. which SoMarcusel asks directly”Are you making fun of my twitching face?And krea6oN responds in an aggressive and childlike manner.
“Please tell me how this guy keeps playing the game. Without fail, he is rude and obnoxious every game. Is he making fun of my facial twitches this time? CBA please make him go, he is an absolutely horrible human being, I feel so sorry for him. Krea6on 🙂 “
The truth is, it’s not the first time Krea6on has been called out for its behavior, previously He had a comment Three months for making sexist comments during a ranked match. Therefore, since this is his second offense, he has been permanently suspended from the competitive scene for “Valorant”.
Disqualifications of this kind in the competitive video game landscape are nothing new, some of them don’t attract much attention, others are kinda curious, like condition of this young man who spent all of his savings to get into a “Pokémon” contest, only to be disqualified for not knowing how to answer a question.
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