Professional Call of Duty player Jimbo threatened Built By Gamers pro KiSMET. More specifically, he threatened to shoot KiSMET in the head. Let's unravel the drama:
Bryan "Jimbo" Sabman is the name and shooting people in the head in real life is his game: During the CDL's tier 2 competition, Call of Duty Challengers, Jimbo felt the need to voice death threats in the midst of the Elite Qualifiers. Unsurprisingly, he got suspended for three months for it. Wanna see a clip of it? Of course, you do, you lil' thirsty drama sponge, you:
A CoD Challengers player was caught telling another player he'd shoot him in the head and has since been suspended for 3 months— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) March 21, 2021
Can we all just think a little bit before we threaten other pros live on voice comms?
What happened then? You know the drill: Threaten somebody's life, get banned, use TwitLonger for your half-baked apology.
According to Jimbo, it was never his "intent to threaten another competitor." Funny, cause saying you'll shoot someone in the head sure sounds threatening. Must be a cultural difference or something.
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Seriously though, many things have been said in the heat of the moment of many CoD games. Is it ok? No. Is it common? Well, how about you ask your mom abou—
You see, what we did there, right? Gamer talk, folks. So, to Jimbo: Don't let it happen again. Here are his full apology and explanation:
As long as KiSMET's head remains un-shot... no harm done?
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