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Quinn Goes Public With RAMZES666 Beef
Gaimin Gladiators' midlaner Quinn “Quinn” Callahan is not a fan of former HellRaisers carry Roman “RAMZES666” Kushnarev
The intense gameplay of Dota 2 ranked matches can provide an adrenaline rush in players that ultimately leads to verbal abuse and a host of other negative traits. Even the pros sometimes struggle to maintain their composure.
In a recent Twitch livestream, hosted by Max “qojqva” Bröcker, Quinn “Quinn” Callahan from Gaimin Gladiators talked about his ongoing dispute with carry player Roman “RAMZES666” Kushnarev, who is notorious for riling up other players during matches. According to Quinn, if he had to single out one pro player to “flame,” it would be RAMZES666 as he had been abusing him for years.
What Did Quinn Say About RAMZES666?
While watching the OG versus Entity DPC 2023 match on qojqva's live stream, Quinn did not hold back in voicing his anger towards RAMZES666, whom he referred to as “RAMdog.”
It is a well-known fact, however, that both Quinn and RAMZES666 have a questionable reputation when it comes to their behavior.
Within the Dota 2 community, RAMZES666 is infamous for his trash-talking behavior during ranked games, which has led to several controversial incidents. Sometimes he would even pick fights with his teammates, not just with opposition players!
RAMZES666 also had a heated disagreement with qojqva during a Dota 2 pub. The feud dragged on for six months before Kanishka Sam “BuLba” Sosale, who was RAMZES666's coach at Evil Geniuses at the time, intervened and helped them to bury the hatchet. Since then, the hot-headed Russian has kept things cordial with qojqva.
On the flip side, Quinn has also received backlash for his occasional temper tantrums during matches. When he is defeated by his opponent in the midlane, he usually destroys his items or quits the game altogether.
Regardless of their personal issues, it is undeniable that both Quinn and RAMZES666 are highly skilled and experienced in professional Dota 2 play. Both players are currently thriving in their careers, having already qualified for the Berlin Major 2023. If they end up in the same group in the tournament, they may have to face off against each other.