WoT Player Rage Quits in Sakhalin

A young Sakhalin resident broke a monitor in a gaming cafe after a defeat in World of Tanks and disappeared afterwards.

A Sakhaliner could not contain his anger after losing at World of Tanks. He smashed a computer monitor at a gaming club. After damaging the equipment, the young man calmly left. He was found on video surveillance cameras.

The incident took place on the evening of December 17 at the computer club in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. There were eight people in one of the halls. Suddenly, one of the young persons jumped up, screamed and hit the monitor. He finished by using the keyboard.

The gamers in the hall looked with surprise at the surge of emotions, and the Sakhalin man left the room after.

According to the Telegram channel “ChP-Sakhalin”, the unrestrained visitor was found on video surveillance cameras. He will have to compensate for material damage.

12 thoughts on “WoT Player Rage Quits in Sakhalin

  1. Reminds me of the classic office guy smashing monitor- video. A remake?

    But why abuse the monitor?
    Those just do their job displaying whatever the PC does…. If anything smash that one.

    “Don’t kill the messenger”
    The Romans knew that one before PC age

  2. Must have either gotten a stacked enemy team by MM or got stuck with a bunch of campers and stat padders

  3. lag issues = allowed to rage, mentally ok, computer club should compensate or gift a free day.
    anything else = person needs mental help

  4. Imagine how cool it would be if WoT wasn’t specifically designed and balanced to give players this feeling.

    This is pretty much what things like RNG etc. are for. To take control out of the hands of players as much as possible

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