Brian”BSJ“Canavan, a Dota 2 analyst and content creator for Team Liquid, has apologized for the ‘educational defamation’ he has carried out on his live streams in the past. BSJ, a 9K MMR player, used low-ranking accounts around 3K MMR during his smurfing education to demonstrate how top-level techniques should be applied to such games. This was not well received by a section of the community and now BSJ, in a YouTube video, has apologized for not hearing their concerns earlier, admitting that his upbringing is also smurfing against. Although he considers his content valuable, he realizes that there are better alternatives than stealth learning to provide this education.
BSJ apologizes for the educational error, promises to do better in the future
BSJ hosted several episodes of educational gaming a year ago, playing various roles in low-ranking games to show their nuances to the audience. Throughout the game, he discussed the rationale behind various actions and also common mistakes and behaviors in such games.
BSJ rebooted this series a few days ago. He was playing on the Crusader medal holder’s account and he encountered something strange that looked like a minutes after a match, he was dropped from the match. After several unsuccessful attempts to reconnect to the game, BSJ discovered that the account had been banned by the game developers.
Now, BSJ has apologized for the educational sneaky behavior in an unlisted YouTube video on his channel titled ‘My Future Statement.’ “Hey guys, as you probably know, last week I was trying to reboot the smurf educational series, and the way I started it, it was incredibly impulsive and to be honest, I was just lacking. blatant knowledge of the rules. I’m not proud of that,” BSJ said. While he intended to provide valuable content, it didn’t turn out that way.
The community protested that BSJ scammed low-rated accounts to provide education and said he should do so in a private lobby. That way, they claim that casual players won’t have to put up with the game of smurf, and players who want to learn can also become part of the game. BSJ apologizes for ignoring this option earlier but says that in the future he will impart education in the right way, through private corridors.
“I will do it the right way. I’ll do it in private lobbies with willing volunteers who want to be part of the experience and don’t mind having a game where they expect it to be a bit difficult to play against the game. smurf. So I want you to know that I will do even better,” BSJ said at the end of his video.
It is important to note that Valve has banned playing smurfing in Dota 2. inside New player experience update released online on March 25, 2021, Valve made defamation a “banable offense”.
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