Another day, another example of Gevlon getting murdered on the internet, this time on the PUBG Reddit. You truly have to be goblin-dumb to accuse not just a pro player, but one that streams, of cheating without don’t a second of research (and we all know Gevlon has plenty of time for that). I’m actually shocked Gevlon didn’t also accuse him of stat boosting using the well-known tactic of streamers killing their own bots (or as non-goblins know them: stream snipers, who aren’t bots or even associated with streamers, but shhh facts).
I can see why Gevlon is frustrated and lashing out though. Remember when he got his first ever win in PUBG, and of course posted a screen shot of it, including the fact that the last (and only) person he killed was an average ranked player who also had never won a game? Well captain passive-aggressive won another game (huge congrats goblin!), and wouldn’t you know it, this time his screen shot doesn’t include who he killed in the end . I wonder why…
Unfortunately for Gevlon, pubg.op.gg exists now, and lets you see not only every game someone has played, but also who they played against. :Spoiler: Gevlon mostly plays against average ranked players, because, yet again, the ranking system in PUBG doesn’t actually do much of anything. Further proof? Quickly look at who actually wins those super elite .05% games. It usually isn’t anyone with a high rank either.
Or you can skip all that and just do a simple thought experiment: What would be the easier game to win, one containing 99 Gevlons, or 99 Shrouds? Because according to the rankings, the game full of Gevlons would be significantly harder, and I think even a goblin would know that simply isn’t true.
PS: The one major downside to seeing Gevlon embarrass himself on Reddit is seeing he is also a very frequent poster of hate on alt-right Reddit sites. Mocking Gevlon the gaming failure is fun, but linking to a downright ignorant and hateful person, even if its not directly linking to his hate, is not something I’m entirely comfortable with going forward, and so ends my time with him. I’ll miss the comedy, but laughs aren’t worth giving the evil person behind the content any further attention.