London Spitfire apologizes for ‘inappropriate language’ in leaked VOD

A leaked clip surfaced on Twitter yesterday of a scrim throughout which two London Spitfire gamers made inappropriate feedback throughout gameplay. And at the moment, the London Spitfire has issued an announcement on the matter.

The four-second video included unannounced participant Robert “Skairipa” Lupsa and 2022 Dennis Hawelka award winner for his “positivity and presence” Hadi Bleinagel. Although the video was quick, the content material in it was disturbing for a lot of of those that watched it.

In the video, Skairipa says “I’m raping,” to which Hadi responds “[inaudible] the rapist.” Some individuals who watched it claimed it was a joke between two gamers that was by no means meant to be heard by the general public, and others felt it left a bitter style of their mouths due to the inappropriate language within the quick video.

The Spitfire launched an announcement on the clip at the moment. The crew apologized to the group and stated it is going to be requiring sensitivity coaching for gamers who had been concerned within the clip, which might be administered by knowledgeable. Most individuals are assuming that the above clip is what the Spitfire is referring to, however it’s not particularly cited by the assertion.

The assertion additionally appears to substantiate the onboarding of Skairipa, who on the time of writing nonetheless hasn’t been formally introduced on the crew but. Rumors of their addition had been made public after some scrim codes leaked on Hadi’s stream a couple of days in the past, the place the 2 unannounced gamers had been seen scrimming with him.

Dot Esports has reached out to the Spitfire for remark however has not obtained a response at time of writing.

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