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Published: 18/Aug/2018 21:30 Updated: 18/Aug/2018 21:55by Vincent Genova
Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel is not happy with Blizzard’s ban system, implying it does not treat all players fairly.
His frustration boiled over when talking about an Overwatch hacker that is still playing the game.
xQc brought up the player while streaming, claiming that he was banned in only two days, yet it took Blizzard 3 months to ban the hacker.
There was additional frustration that the hacker was still allowed to play.
It took three months for his first account to get banned… and I get banned within 2 [expletive] days.
xQc was also playing Overwatch, despite receiving his own ban recently.
He was banned for 15 days for abusive chat after being reported by another player.
The actual ban does not seem to be what bothers xQc, considering he apologized and accepted the penalty, rather it was the amount of time Blizzards seems to take in finding hackers.
xQc and the Dallas Fuel mutually agreed to part ways after multiple suspensions, allowing him to focus on his streaming career.
Despite being out of the Overwatch League, xQc remains a top player and is in contention to start for Team Canada in the Overwatch World Cup.