Two Players Banned By Riot Over Fierce Teabagging Argument
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Two Players Banned By Riot Over Fierce Teabagging Argument

Two Players Banned By Riot Over Fierce Teabagging Argument

Two Players Banned By Riot Over Fierce Teabagging Argument

Free-to-play shooter Valorant, like Counter-Strike, is well-known for its sometimes excessive banter. This is a problem that most first-person shooters face due to the stress of the action. Teabagging is a funny way to relieve tension. Teabagging is a technique that involves repeatedly crouching above the head of a defeated opponent. We won’t go into detail about why this name was chosen.

The topic has been the focus of much online discussion recently. This debate appears to have reached its peak in the sanctioning of Riot Games. It stemmed from a disagreement over a Valorant Conflict.

The Galorants Discord was established in June to promote women and non-binary players. You can see the story of how the discussion started last month. One member of the community, now referred to simply as Player A, posted a message suggesting teabagging could also be considered sexual assault. The conversation got heated, and moderators had the server closed. However, it quickly became a social media feud.

It quickly turned ugly with Player A making a “vulgar, targeted remark” and Player A editing the video to make it “amplified, personally added a vulgar comment around Player A.” Riot reacted accordingly.

Vivian “Risorah” Dela Cruz and Dawn “Dawn” Park were banned for three months and nine months, respectively. Risograph responded, “I will take this punishment with my responsibility for my actions that led me to my situation… My future in competitive play and Valorant is unknown, so we’ll see what happens.” This is certain: this topic will be discussed for some time.

Two Players Banned By Riot Over Fierce Teabagging Argument
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