Thebausffs Gets Banned for Inting Again

Soumyo Deb
By Soumyo Deb
3 Min Read

Not even a week after his suspension, Thebausffs gets banned again in League of Legends.

There are various ways a player could get banned in League of Legends. These ways are griefing, trolling, toxicity, harassing, being AFK, intentional feeding, etc.

Intentional feeding or inting is one of the most annoying behaviors in the game. It is an act where a player intentionally and consistently dies to opponent players, giving the opposing team a considerable advantage. Additionally, these advantages include free XP, gold, and item stacks, if applicable.

You do not get auto-banned if you have a bad day or accidentally feed in one game. However, if a player constantly has high death with little to no kills or assists in most of their game, they receive a suspension. Usually, the offender will receive a 14 days ban.

One content creator who got banned multiple times for inting is Thebausffs. He is a player with a very “unique playstyle.” Moreover, his playstyle revolves around him inting and getting the objectives efficiently. Though this strategy earned him the challenger rank, he also received a lot of suspensions.

Not even a week ago, Thebausffs received a suspension after he went 1/17 on Rammus. And recently, he received another ban on his second account after inting with his main, AD Sion.

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Thebausffs Gets Another Ban

In his last match, before he got banned, he had a KDA of 9/16/1. Though the stats might not look bad, by 20 mins, he only had 1 kill. Moreover, during the laning phase, he fed the opponent Kennen many times. And by the time Thebausffs destroyed the first enemy turret, Kennen’s KDA was already 8/0/2. So during that time, most of his teammates already reported Thebausffs.

Similar to the first account, he only received a 14 days ban. Furthermore, he has already created a third account and is currently playing AP Irelia on that. So let’s wait and see how long he can keep his newest account intact.

Soumyo Deb is a League of Legends writer at GameRiv and a dedicated Jungle Main. When he is not writing about the latest League news, he is testing out various off-meta champions in the jungle.