Like To Rage Quit? Dota 2 Threw A Tournament For It!


Dota 2 has to be one of the biggest games for rage quitting in the history of gaming. The art of doing it has its own fanbase, memes, subgenre and Reddit forums. So instead of shy away from it, why not revel in it?

Held during The Manila Masters, organizers threw a little competition called Battle Of The Rages, where Dota 2 fans would stage their own rage quit fits of fury in an attempt to win a prize, which was partially judged by one of the biggest rage quitters in the eSport: Team Secret's Puppey.

The best showing of the night, at least in our opinion, was a guy calling himself Puppey Junior, who raged so violently he threw a headset through a monitor that flew off the stage. But instead, it went to a man named Henry, who may have had the facial expressions down for a realistic version, but his showmanship didn't impress us much. You can watch the entire competition below via Twitch.

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