He’s been caught directing “abusive language” at other players.
Former Dallas Fuel pro Félix “xQc” Lengyel has been suspended from
Now he’s been suspended for persistent “abusive language” directed at other players in-game, leaving his place in next month’s Overwatch World Cup with Team Canada in doubt.
The 15-day suspension will lift before the start of the World Cup, but the rules of the tournament dictate that all players’ accounts must be in “good standing”. It’s unclear whether the suspension will impact his ability to play: according to , xQc said during a stream that he expects to miss the World Cup, but Team Canada’s coach later tweeted that xQc would still play.
On Twitter, xQc said that it was “never my intention to harass or use in-game chat in an abusive manner”, claiming that a lot of the language was just “banter”.
It is never my intention to harass or use in-game chat in an abusive manner. Banter is fun and 100% of the time I type something to someone I know they are playing along and won’t be hurt. If I ever typed something and you we’re genuinely hurt, I am sorry. I will be better.August 12, 2020