Today its us in Portugal, but tomorrow it can happen in your ERL.
Well, as we all know, the community is far from perfect but today was a sad day for Portuguese League of Legends.
We all remember the case of Kyuuga: https://www.reddit.com/r/leagueoflegends/comments/5ejuap/portuguese_player_ftw_kyuuga_suspended_until_the/
Or even the case of Arutnev: https://www.reddit.com/r/leagueoflegends/comments/6wieni/another_portuguese_pro_player_makes_death_threats/
What you have to take into consideration:
Oleg "Reativo" "DRIFTER" Ralchenko started the evening by doing one of the most discriminatory we have seen a professional League player do.
It was not the first time he had a negative attitude towards others:
It was directed to one of the LEC cast members (Drakos).
Oleg showed to remorse or shame for having done said comment.
Inygon (company that owns LPLOL) issued a statement where they say Oleg is going to be punished with 4 games suspension + 100€ fine: https://lplol.pt/blog/2021/penaliza%C3%A7ao-oleg-ralchenko
LEC Rulebook for reference: https://esports-assets.s3.amazonaws.com/production/files/rules/Esports_Global_Penalty_Index.pdf
Earlier this year, Inygon became also known for one of their directors (Fintinhas) stepping down from his position to buy a spot in the league AND becoming the team coach.
2020 random interaction from a pool of 10+ diferent days
Translation: "If he is toxic he is going to get what he deserves, you've already reported and exposed him what you are doing now is simply desgusting and if it was me I would break your jaw and I would give 0 f*ucks to the consequences. You would instantly become a human being with values"
His reaction to 61+ bad feedback
His reaction to people trying to reason with him saying that Drakos mockery was a shitty tweet
In term os transparency Portugal has always been a joke, but right now, as a Portuguese bystander I feel ashamed for a player of my country doing this kind of comment about a LEC caster while showing 0 remorse of even being showned why this behaviour is not acceptable, not now or never.
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