@lemonater47 He didn’t leave, you guys posted that he was asked to leave which is the same exact thing as being fired, just with a Canadian twist. I never insinuated that he wasn’t nice, but even nice people can drop the ball. It was when he refused to pick the ball back up after I gave him and TBS my time in exchange for early access that I wouldn’t let him or TBS off the hook until they followed through on their promise. Since this promise was written and I did my part, failing to deliver is fraud. You can’t claim that I lied when Reither admitted, after all of that, I was never given what was promised. It wasn’t me that needed chances, I delivered and TBS didn’t.
Did you even read the content of that subreddit post? I was very civil until I was repeatedly insulted in trying to obtain what was promised and I stood my ground. Not a single person who lashed out at me and violated multiple guidelines, including hand-selected moderators, was banned in any sense. I doubt they were even warned. Now that I can clearly see everything that was said, I was at their same level and engaging at the tempo that your moderators set. If you’re claiming that I wasn’t being civil, how would you describe the behavior of the moderators? If name calling, berating, accusations, slander, and shaming was the civil standard set by the moderators which the subreddit clearly shows…then why was I the only person from those exchanges who was banned? Like I pointed out above with gregcau’s comment, selective rule enforcement is blatantly targeting critics and people who won’t lick your Chinese boots.
I wouldn’t be too worried about people taking me seriously, I couldn’t care less. I’m not the multi-million dollar company who’s survival is on the line, with Chinese investors to answer to, that’s getting trashed all over the internet for the very same reasons that I’ve endured and am bringing to your attention. Of course I made people laugh, that was the entire point of the latter post, yet your lack of self-awareness brought you to the wrong conclusion. I was the jester, you guys are the joke. You’re the ones in need in this dynamic, not me. You’re desperately trying to recover your terrible image and you guys can’t drum-up enough customers in a genre that’s now in a competitive market. As it stands, objectively speaking from a business perspective, you guys are the abusive and neglectful single mother who’s trying to get the guy she cheated on back and supporting her and her kids. I’m the guy at the bar who’s laughing his ass off because I called all of you out on your crap.
I’m not superior to anybody in any regard and I have no idea where that came from, as well as the lying bit. It takes a special level of delusion to think that after you’ve heavily neglected your customers for 8 years in a now competitive market, you actually think that you’ll be able to keep yourselves afloat while appeasing your Chinese investors. You guys have over $30,000,000 unaccounted for and now you’re asking us to support you yet again. If that isn’t shameless, I don’t know what is. I can’t find a single public forum of any sort in which the entire company is being trashed by an overwhelming majority of your own demographic. You can try and mock me all you want, but you guys are the sell-out laughing stocks of the gaming world.
If I had a goal in all of this, it was to expose the true nature of TBS and it’s moderators. Based on every public forum, I’d say that I was right. You can disagree all you want, but good luck arguing with over 90% of your demographic who evidently agrees with my position. Here’s an example taken from your strongest PR campaign which is to your highest advantage.