So 2 wrongs make a right? I'm not saying bad sportsmanship is acceptable, but why not be the bigger man and finish what you started?
I'm not telling you what to do or anything, just saying.
This I agree with, though at this point I'm not even sure why I'm commenting on this thread. Anyone who thinks rage quitting is somehow justifiable outside of extenuaing circumstances i.e. lag, etc is really not worth debating with.
I usually leave if there's someone t-bagging. Why should I stay if someone's rubbing in the fact that got killed by double teaming Kratos/Drake/Raiden noobs? I also have a habit of quitting when I'm in a bad mood, and I know it's a bad thing. But the thing I don't get is why people would leave if they can just wait a few seconds longer in a timed match so that everyone can level up their character.
I laugh when people teabag, because a) they're usually losing, and B) Even if they're winning, they're getting lucky or beating on my random teammate and know **bleep** well I'm better, but i wont quit cause someone teabagged lol
Rage quitting ranked matches is like going to a friends place, playing monopoly and when you think you're losing you flip the monopoly board upside down, spill your drink on his carpet and leave him with his time wasted, and you look like a total tool yourself
also to the people complaining about t-bagging, grow a pair so you can do it back. its just a taunt, if you really cant handle that then i suggest you leave the internet