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Toronto Esports kunne nylig fortelle at deres Overwatch-spiller Matt "Dellor" Vaughn har blitt sparket ut av klubben etter at han kom med rasistiske utsagn flere ganger i løpet av en stream.
"Toronto Esports is an organisation built on inclusivity, and we have always had a zero- tolerance policy for any forms of discrimination," sa president Ryan Pallett. "Immediately upon learning of the incident, the player was interviewed, admitted to the offence, and was notified that his contract with the organisation was being terminated."
Dellor har i etterkant benyttet Twitter til å si følgende: "I am sorry. I f***** up. I am done with esports and won't be returning." Han postet deretter følgende melding på TwitLonger, der han spekulerer i om han kan ha en psykisk lidelse:
"Someone responded telling me that "I'm done for life" and that this wasn't a "wake up call". I just want to say that yes, I am done for life. I am quitting esports with no intention of returning (not that I could after this). This is still a wakeup call, regardless. I've destroyed too many things and hurt too many people in my life because of my personality. Whether it's just a character flaw or if I actually do have some sort of mental issue, I've waited too long to find out. I'm going to the doctor and I'm going to try to get help so I hopefully become be a better and happier person."