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Dignitas, an esports team that has won 18 championships since its founding in 2003, recently shared a controversial opinion about mobile gaming, which caused quite a stir in the mobile gaming community.
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The controversial statement was made on his Twitter account, stating that “let’s agree that mobile games are not games”, in a post they later had to delete due to the large amount of annoyance and ridicule it generated.
Answers like those of Sonho, a player part of the mobile gaming division of Team SoloMid (TSM), who said “I don’t remember asking + mobile gamers are real gamers + the easiest ratio of my life that I will remember for decades”, referring to to the number of years that Dignitas has been in existence versus the number of their tournament wins.
Additionally, Tribe Esports co-founder Ferg tweeted, “Won more tournaments in the last 5 years than your entire organization combined.” He continued: “The most important thing that has happened to you in this decade has been this ratio”, alluding again to his awards.
As we anticipated, Dignitas deleted the post and then posted an apology of sorts, poking fun at themselves with the famous meme of the clown making up his face, which in any case served to continue to receive ridicule and angry responses.
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