One LoL player has elevated the art of trolling the experience for others to unprecedented heights by deranking accounts without facing any bans.
Within the community, LoL has earned a reputation for harboring a somewhat unfriendly player base, where instances of intentional feeding and griefing are regrettably commonplace, particularly in high ranks.
Despite Riot’s ongoing efforts to address toxicity through the implementation of new reporting features and stricter penalties, it is evident that the game’s reporting system still grapples with inherent flaws.
In a recent revelation on Reddit, a user shed light on a LoL player who brazenly sabotages games while live streaming, with an astounding commitment to maintaining a 24-hour presence.
What sets this behavior apart is the player’s audacious tactic of managing multiple accounts simultaneously, clicking around the screen to evade detection and disconnection. The user disclosed that the LoL player openly declares their intent to troll in each lobby, articulating sentiments such as “Riot bad, dodge or lose,” a clear indication of deliberate disruption.
Further elaborating on the situation, the user detailed how the account would implore others to “join the Turing test” when sharing links to their streams in chat, a phenomenon witnessed even in the streams of renowned professional player Sneaky.
Despite amassing a staggering 24 consecutive losses with dismal KDA ratios, the player continues to operate with impunity, evading bans and consequences.
While instances of teammates being AFK are not uncommon in the volatile landscape of League of Legends, the calculated efforts of this player to create and sustain multiple disruptive accounts, all the while live streaming their exploits, have sparked widespread concern and scrutiny within the community.