A collegiate Call of Duty player known only as “Q,” has reportedly been banned from the esports program and CCL team at the Miami University, for his behavior captured in the viral clip of two teams arguing at a LAN event.
Late last month, a video of a heated exchange between two Call of Duty teams at a Contender Gaming Network event went viral as both teams passionately yelled expletives at each other after an intense match. Other clips show players yelling during and before the game, providing more insight into the heated environment. Most fans enjoyed the intense situation, which seemingly ended peacefully after each team expressed themselves.
Q claims he was banned from Miami University’s team for “trash talking” another team at the event, breaking the school’s guidelines. Miami University confirmed that with a published statement saying that the “correct course of action was taken.”
The responses to Q’s ban have been split, with some saying that his punishment was overkill. Regardless, collegiate esports programs hold their players to high standards since they represent the school in an official capacity. Q might be able to appeal his ban, but Miami University’s firm stance on the wild confrontation doesn’t bode well for him.
(All information was provided by Dot Esports)
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