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“Did the other three here get punished?”: Valorant community reacts to VCT Game Changers' competitive ruling

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The recent matchup between Cloud9 White and Shopify Rebellion GC in the Valorant Game Changers Championship on November 19, 2022, took an unexpected turn when the latter's coach Rob “Robwiz” Kennedy made an offensive gesture on stage towards Cloud9's players right after the team’s win of 2-1.In the Lower Bracket Round 3 of 4, the match was the best of three, where Cloud9 White could only win one game of Fracture, whereas Shopify Rebellion crushed it by securring two games of Haven and Icebox.

Following this, an incident took place where Rob Kennedy waved an offensive gesture to the opposing team.According to the VCT’s competitive ruling, Rob Kennedy breached rule 7.1.2 of the Global Competition Policy, according to which coaches must observe the highest standards of personal integrity and good sportsmanship at all times.

It also says that behavior that disrespects and insults the players of the opposing team is a violation of the standards expected of coaches participating in the VCT Game Changers.VCT issued a fine and penalty to Rob Kennedy, where he will be suspended from the next match in Valorant Game Changers Championship, scheduled for November 20, 2022.

Rob also got a warning that any subsequent violations of this policy will result in increased penalties in the futureThe Valorant community showed mixed reactions on social media about the event.

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