Recently, the team League of Legends South Korea’s top – T1 has announced plans to host player streams on YouTube, instead of Twitch as before. This is probably a move to exploit the potential of the world’s leading video sharing website to promote the T1 brand.
Of course, Faker is the first name to test the streaming process on Youtube, through his own Youtube Channel – T1 Faker, which was previously used primarily for posting clips and highlights.
However, Faker’s Youtube stream was ruined by ripples, when a series of Vietnamese viewers flocked to the chat channel and continued to curse, even insult Faker with extremely difficult words, This audience claimed to be Teacher Ba’s students, in addition to constantly comparing Faker with Teacher Ba, they also left no impression other than profane speech on the chat channel.
Good examples of bluff and blasphemous spam components Faker with very young words
Foreign fans, especially Korean fans, have been very upset and constantly reacted to these comments. Basically, they do not understand Vietnamese, but through the translation tool, they also know that these are not good words or ideas for oranges.
Even the manager of Faker’s chat channel had to raise a warning to these young people, and then maybe they used the chat content filter application, but insults and insults still sometimes. appear until the end of the stream.
Manager of Faker’s chat channel also issued a notice: “All rude comments, insults others will be deleted”. Photo: Thai Viet Anh
So annoyed with this problem, many fans have made requests on Twitter asking T1 Management to stop intent on streaming on Youtube, or at least have a way to manage the chat channel for the spam components, cursing as above no longer “gorgeous” anymore.
“I hope Faker will not livestream on YouTube anymore. Too many people are being rude, spamming, using vulgar words to compare him with some Vietnamese streamer, which really makes a lot of fans feel uncomfortable. Twitch or Douyu or whatever it is … please don’t be Youtube. “ – A fan responded under the post of Joe Marsh – CEO of T1, about the status of spam and verbal abuse on Faker’s stream.
A Korean fan also shared: “Never been a fan of the YouTube streaming channel because of the malicious words in its chat box compared to Twitch. It’s easy to encounter troll and spam components that make it hard for us to understand what’s going on. But maybe everyone (T1) knows what is best. Anyway, I follow Faker no matter what platform he streams. “
As for Joe Marsh and T1, they have not responded to these comments. The fact is that after the announcement of censorship of chat content, the obscene and offensive comments have been significantly filtered, but it is worth mentioning here that the objection seems to be ingrained in the minds of LMHT fan, before the lack of cultural actions of the young buffalo.
The name Teacher Ba – Ba Bac Beo will probably be known more, but did not know that the profane spam elements claiming to be “Abe students” have fun when their idols are famous. in this way?