Hello Reddit, I know I'm not very popular here but please read through this first. I've gotten only automated replies when using the riot support ticket system (
https://imgur.com/a/KR2i7tJ) . This post is mainly concerned with Riot’s stance on what constitutes intentional feeding as well as streamer favoritism.
I'm Masterfiend (the trackpad challenger guy) and you've probably heard Tyler1 rage about me on his stream. You've probably also seen me plug my stream with qtpie for a while (it was for the memes, met him at twitch con and we laughed about it). If you've seen Tyler1 talk about me, he's called me a ghoster/inter/tons of bad things etc. Really just a bunch of untrue things that hurts my image and each thing he says can be proven untrue through my own stream (how am I ghosting him while streaming on a laptop from my bed? Also you can see on my stream how hard I am trying to win every game, even on some of my off-meta picks).
However, the accusations that I inted him were what actually resulted in something. He calls me an inter/ghoster everytime I get him despite whatever happens in the game itself or despite the fact that I'm streaming and that he is using a map cover. Yassuo actually addresses some of this issue in this clip:
https://clips.twitch.tv/HyperObliqueLaptopTheTarFu (by soft inting, pretty sure he’s referring to how I chose off-meta picks when I was matched with him, I can count 3 times where I picked something off meta on his team, go through my match history if you want).
Recently I was 14 day banned for playing this game with him (only 1 game in the report card):
Picture of the ban:
picture of match history for mobile:
In the picture you can see that I went 2/10/8 on Veigar support. A pretty bad KDA of 1.00. I didn't think much of it, I play veigar support all the time as you can see here:
Clip that a friend sent me saying that he was “working on me” (getting me banned, he actually messaged riot themselves so that I would get banned for this)
The game itself I did a little review over so you can be the judge of it if you want to
A major thing I want to address though is that Tyler1 was indefinitely banned at one point. Riot said that if he gets another penalty they would re-ban him. However he's gotten away with doing tons of things worse than the bad games I've had with him, not to mention all the chat restrictions he's gotten.
0/9 kindred adc:
yi adc + champ select threats:
recent vayne game where he said he was going to run it down:
just today, 0/7 sona adc:
There's more but the middle 3 screenshots were from off-stream. Even though it's silly, I'd be ok with my punishment if Riot didn't play favorites and would apply their rules to T1 as well.
Last time I posted here on reddit about how he's been intentionally feeding/soft inting, everyone defended him and said that you can't get banned for off-meta picks.
link to last reddit thread, just read the comments: https://www.reddit.com/r/leagueoflegends/comments/8jjdz2/tyler1_picked_yi_adc_and_kindred_adc_2_games_in_a/
I'm guessing there is some favoritism going on but I guarantee if I had even played that one Ivern adc game with him I would have been banned immediately. Riot did not keep their word when they said they would monitor him very closely or they are just looking the other way. This is just a case where Riot is picking and choosing who and how to apply their rules to since he is the face of league on twitch. Are off-meta picks ok if you do poorly? Remember smite support singed? That was quite a hotly debated topic on this subreddit. Personally, I would have probably reported myself for doing poorly on off-meta picks because I would think that I wasn't trying based off the pick alone and I would also have reported tyler for playing multitudes of troll picks as well.
I'm not contesting my ban, I'm not asking for account support. Riot won't unban me. But I just wanted to show that there is an issue of blatant favoritism going on when the biggest league streamer can get away with all the things I listed above. Unless doing poorly on clearly off-meta/troll picks is ok? The "Is it meta" video was a bit of a meme here.
Also I did try using the support system first to bring attention to it but it's likely nothing will come of it based on their response. They're aware of what he's done but he likely won't be punished:
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