Voyboy, a professional League of Legends player and streamer, posted a video on his Twitter today discussing the incredible and ever-increasing toxicity that is filling the community. Voyboy mentions the recent growth of a more toxic player base to the point where the game is practically unplayable at most levels, especially his own, where the player community is considerably smaller.
“It just gets worse and worse every year, and I think there are a lot of factors that have contributed to this over time,” says Voyboy, regarding the last five months of season 10 that he played like the worst time to play in his life. He even mentions going to Riot’s headquarters himself and discussing toxicity issues in 2018 with a few Riot representatives, and that he will soon reach critical mass.World Of Warcraft’s Latest Hotfixes Adjust Achievement Requirements, Address Bugs
“I had the worst experience of my life – and I’m not the only one. I’ve talked to a lot of streamers, a lot of pros, and almost everyone agrees with me,” said Voyboy. This part certainly seems true, because one of the first responses is from Yiliang Peng – also known as Doublelift – one of the most legendary players in LCS. There is a bit of blasphemy in Doublelift’s response, so we can’t post it here, but suffice it to say that the pro fully agrees with Voyboy.