Recently, Twitch issued an emergency ban on streamer Captain Valenti after he was caught repeatedly using malicious language during a live broadcast.
Accordingly, too angry because the result of the match was not as desired, Captain Valenti insulted his teammates when he called him “homosexual”. Not stopping there, the male streamer even threatened the life of the other teammate’s family.
This action of his is considered a wrong step, ending his own career. Because in the guidelines of the streaming platform it is stated: “Attempts or threats to physically harm or kill another person” is a zero-tolerance offense and these cases will be suspended indefinitely. .
Viewers also expressed outrage, commenting simultaneously with the content: “Please ban this guy”; “This is really disgusting”; “The fastest career-destroying foolish action I have ever seen”. ..
This is not a rare thing, but on livestreams, streamers often refrain or know how to avoid sensitive language. Being angry and then suffering severe consequences like Captain Valenti is just a rare number.
In Vietnam, a team was also given a warning when a player acted in an unsportsmanlike manner towards a teammate. Specifically, in the match between Saigon Phantom and FAP Esports taking place on September 6, 2020, after winning a game, two players Lai Bang and BronzeV had a high five to celebrate. However, for some unknown reason, Lai Bang had the act of raising “the middle finger” in front of his teammate.
This moment immediately surprised many fans because raising “the middle finger” (middle finger) is considered an act of obscene meaning to offend others, this has been banned not only in Vietnam Military Mobile but most other sports in the world. After this situation, the organizers decided to sanction the Saigon Phantom team: 1 Penalty Point; Fine of 20 million VND in prize money.