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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Døvblind spiller kontaktet av Team EnVyUs

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Esport kan av og til bidra med hjertevarmende historier, og denne uken var det Counter-Strike: Global Offensive som sto for en aldri så rørende fortelling. Det er PCGamesN som forteller om den døvblinde spilleren Adam "Loop" Bahriz som ble mobbet da han spilte CS:GO online, dette i form av at han ble kastet ut av kamper, mutet og gjort narr av.

Flere av de involverte har imidlertid unnskyldt seg på ESEA-forumet, og de har forklart at de trodde at han bare var nok et troll som spilte for å tulle med andre:

"We thought he was a troll... what would you think if someone came in with a bind text like that, people troll like that all the time. Instead he should tell the people to check out his Twitch. after I checked his twitch I realised he was for real. I apologise but it was an honest misunderstanding. Lots of people troll in ESEA."

I tillegg til unnskyldningene fikk Loop gode nyheter da esportorganisasjonen Team EnVyUs skrev på Twitter at de er interesserte i å ansette ham som streamer for dem:

"Hey @FDN_Loop, we want to offer you a contract to stream and represent our team. Let's do this."

Team EnVyUs ble ikke uventet anklaget for å gjøre dette kun for god omtale, men som Reddit-brukeren SpeedyBlueDude sier burde man kunne unne Loop suksessen som har kommet i kjølvannet av trakasseringen: "

"Yes, being bullied and getting caught on camera made this kid a success. Yes it's not fair that some Streamers who work hard for years will never reach the level of success Loop has. Yes it's really lucky that the community decided to be nice and donated $10,000+ [USD] in a day to Loop."

"Let him enjoy this s***. Loop is disabled and has a hard life. If we can make it so someone who probably gets looked at like he's weird by strangers in public, can have some enjoyment and success in doing what he loves, let's do it."

"Loop deserves to be happy. Being jealous of a man who's legally deaf, blind, has no nose, and "talks funny" because suddenly Life played him a good hand is petty and pathetic. The community banded together, and did something amazing for a kid who surely needed something like this after all the garbage the community has thrown at him."

Communityet har tilsynelatende trådt støttende til, og Loop har kommet med følgende beskjed på Twitter to say:

"I'm reading these articles and everytime I get chills and a tear in my eye I can say for the first time that I'm happy with my life."

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive