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This video ranks Overwatch heroes on their teabagging ability

by Bill Cooney

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Teabagging, also known as “tactical crouching” is commonly seen as bad manners in Overwatch, but a new video attempts to take a deeper look at what it says is a very important aspect of the game.

The video is made by Radekken, who is a self-described professional teabagger, and in it he goes through and ranks each hero’s crouch based on a variety of factors.

These include squat depth, bending of the knees and if the heroes remain on both feet, a key feature of true teabagging technique as explained in the video.

Bastion, the first hero reviewed, receives excellent marks for his squat depth, and for how his legs don’t move during his teabagging.

Orisa also receives a high score, because her unique 4-legged teabagging style is one Radekken hasn't seen before.

Other heroes, like Genji and McCree, lose points and receive some of the lowest scores because they’re not even really teabagging, according to Radekken, they’re actually kneeling.

This video probably won’t make teabagging any less offensive or annoying to some Overwatch players, but is an invaluable resource for those looking to take their tactical crouching game to the next level.

Whatever you think of teabagging, this video is a good time and provides some insights on the tactical crouch Overwatch hasn’t seen before.