Take Care of Your Teammates: Are You Crossing the Line?

Sep 22, 2016
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It’s easy to forget that you’re playing with real people sometimes. If you’re mad or frustrated at your teammates, nobody can stop you from expressing that. But there’s a big difference between insulting someone’s in-game abilities and insulting them as a human being.

We think it’s a better idea to stick with the first one.

You wouldn’t walk up to a complete stranger on the street and tell them to kill themselves, would you? This isn’t about “hurt feelings,” “being a pussy,” or “being a SJW.” It’s about common decency.

You don’t have to be a ray of sunshine when you’re playing a multiplayer game. You don’t have to coddle people, or tell them they’re amazing when they really just suck ass. All you have to do is take care of your teammates.

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J.P. Corner is Esports Edition's Executive Editor. He was introduced to the wonderful world of esports by his older brother in mid-2014, and has a degree in Literature from Bard College. You can contact him via Twitter at @jpcornerGG.
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