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Speaking of toxicity and League

Chiu on This
A short and regular opinion blast from Stephen Chiu

I don’t go out of my way to call people out, but if you’re going to make a grandstand and then do something shitty, I’ll say so.

In one video, we have Romain making a speech about how players should not be toxic.

In another video, here we have Romain trying to burn a H2k jersey (the video has since been taken down from YouTube, but the Reddit thread about it still remains), then literally rip it apart.

The League of Legends players¬†who are “toxic” online are young players who have yet to mature as adults and humans.

On the other hand, we have a manager of a pro team literally trying to set fire and then rip apart a rival team’s logo. This isn’t trash talk; this is just pure disrespect for your fellow org. If he was a player, he’d be punished by Riot.


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