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The clip has been taken offline, but Eurogamer has seen the recording and can verify its existence.Since this occurred, Tempalski stated Arekk has apologised, but the incident sparked an online discussion about toxic behaviour within the competitive community.
The online discussion was initially provoked when one competitive TF2 player, Alex "Arekk" Uth from team Froyotech, used the transphobic term "tranny" to describe invitational TF2 player Jenny "Nursey" Tempalski live on a Twitch stream.Behind her back, players planned to try to sleep with her at LANs, and then refused to participate in events when she rejected their advances.The very worst of the behaviour included sexual abuse. I thought they were more important over me to the scene I love and defend to this day, so I stayed quiet then. pic.twitter.com/rm IVIV7n ZY— uberchain (@uberchain) August 5, 2018 As if to prove Delacroix's point about toxicity in the community, two European Team Fortress 2 League (ETF2L) players, "degu" and "Pred," responded to her tweet with a dismissive joke and a racist slur.This toxic behaviour also takes place on Valve's very own platform, Steam, and in-game.When I spoke to Wade, he told me he receives racist comments on his Steam group like this one "about once every two months".To ETF2L Prem players Degu and Pred, what did I do to you guys that warranted Degu responding to my statement on my sexual abuse with a dismissive joke, while Pred responds to it by calling me a racist slur?
pic.twitter.com/q24T6ZWc Ss— uberchain (@uberchain) August 6, 2018 Unsurprisingly, this provoked outrage among those involved in the Team Fortress 2 community.
Meanwhile, in response to the transphobic remarks made by TF2 league players, map maker Rebecca "Phi" Ailes announced she would be ending her work on maps for the competitive scene.
In the past couple of days several prominent members of the Comp TF2 community have shared their experiences of harassment, transphobia & sexism in the scene.
He reiterated that these are still huge issues in the community, and called on the TF2 community to punish competitive players exhibiting toxic behaviour.
Another player by the name of "Kaim Time" stated he'd been the butt of anti-semitic jokes and slurs when he played in the UGC League.
A forum post appeared calling for degu and Pred to be banned, while other players joined Delacroix in describing their own experiences.