Twitch Streamer King George Accuses Smaller Streamer of Sniping, and Attempts to Permaban Him from Twitch

Rainbow Six: Siege streamer King George is once again showing his true stripes, after raging in a casual match on the technical test server. For those unaware, casual matches are exactly as they sound, casual, lighthearted, and fun. You don’t choose your spawn or defend site, the time limit per round it a full minute longer, and there’s a separate (and hidden) ranking system. Most people in casual are there to warm up or try new things. Smaller streamer Just Meta had the unfortunate experience of being in one such game with King George, in the Technical Test Server of all places.

Just Meta, a self-proclaimed fan who mentioned subscribing to King George multiple times, was simply playing the game in the TTS (not even the live server, adding fuel to this ridiculous fire). He droned out several rooms, and rotated efficiently throughout the course of two rounds. King George on the other hand, jumped over a barrier while Just Meta was holding an angle on it, putting KG in a low% win situation, then charged through a door without droning it out, straight into Just Meta’s bullets. Following this, King George proceeded to rant to his 4k+ viewers about how Just Meta was clearly stream sniping him (despite it being a TTS Casual match, and KG making two abhorrent plays). Just Meta even left the match to avoid any further conflict. Video of said match can be found in the following Reddit thread.

Unfortunately for Just Meta, hell hath no fury like a King George scorned (apparently he holds a grudge worse than a teenage girl), as he’s now attempting to get Just Meta permabanned from Twitch. All because of one single TTS Casual game, where Just Meta didn’t let King George win.

John Ceccarelli

John lives in a small city outside of Portland, OR. He has been chasing achievements and trophies since his early teen years. After working at a small shoe company during the week, he enjoys spending time with his dog and wife, writing code, and crawling through monster-infested dungeons.

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