In the gaming world over the last few months, there's been a lot of buzz and hype about a new game from Blizzard called Overwatch. The game's popularity continues to grow, and Blizzard has a clear zero tolerance policy when it comes to cheating.
That's right: Geguri caused eyebrows to raise because of her impressive stats with the character of Zarya. She has a Kill/Death/Assists ratio of 6.31 and a win rate of 80 percent after played 420 games. (In case you don't understand all of that, it's good. Really, really good.)
There's no way a 17-year-old girl could be that good at a video game, right?
As for those two sexist fools who vowed to quit if Geguri was innocent?
They did just that. They both quit proving (yet again) that you shouldn't let your ego overpower you.
Regarding Geguri's situation, one Reddit user posted, "Sometimes I feel like a woman can't be considered good without people believing there's some sort of sorcery going on. Everything seems completely legit, and it's been confirmed. She deserves our support."