Viral Call of Duty LAN Incident Lands Angry Gamer In Serious Trouble

Published 04/28/2022, 5:25 PM EDT

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Being a bit rude to your competitors and opposing players is something that runs parallel in sporting. And esports is no different in that regard, as players often engage in the verbal diatribe. Professional teams also use this mental warfare as a tactic to break the enemy’s mold and incite a negative reaction.

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A budding Call of Duty player suffered the repercussion of his angry remarks following a resounding victory at a LAN event.

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ColdFrontHQ’s( CFH) professional player, Qpan has previously suffered the brunt of similar behavior in the past. However, in this instance, things have taken a downward trajectory fast as he has seen been removed from the roster.

 

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According to a report by TMZ Sports, the incident was from a Contender Gaming Network event that took place in Destin, FL this past weekend. Qpan reportedly let loose a string of verbal attacks toward the enemy following CHQ’s victory. The college states that Q breached its terms of condition, which clearly dictates that all players must respect fans, opponents, casters, and even staff members.

“Treat all members of the Esports industry with respect, including casters, fans opponents, officials, interns, and staff from other programs and at all related events.”

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It is also alleged that there is serious bad blood between Team Valence and ColdFrontHQ, which spiraled out of control. The player also suggested that he merely fired back at his opponents and his response was a mere reaction. But unfortunately, this time around things did not go well, despite CHQ securing an impressive win.

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This incident only suggests the CCL and college’s serious turn to keep the sporting atmosphere clean and professional. There is simply no place for player’s let their emotions get the better of them, and it is indeed a punishable offense. TMZSports also stated that Qpan has been approached by other colleges and he might be able to bounce back from this incident in the foreseeable future.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.
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Pritam Priyedarshi

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