Quinn Reveals Beef With RAMZES666
As much as Dota 2 ranked games may be thrilling, they can also bring out the worst in players, including trash talk, griefing, passing toxic remarks, and a lot more. Dota 2 professional players are not immune to this, as some more than others tend to lose their calm while playing pubs. Recently, Gaimin Gladiators' midlaner Quinn "Quinn" Callahan revealed on Max "qojqva" Bröcker's Twitch livestream his ongoing beef with carry player Roman "RAMZES666" Kushnarev, who is infamous for getting into fights with players during games. According to Quinn, if there was one professional he would "flame," it would be RAMZES666 because he has been trash talking him for many years.
Quinn calls RAMZES666 ‘RAMdog’ for his frequent trash talk in Dota 2 ranked games
As Quinn watched OG versus Entity in the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) 2023 on qojqva's livestream, he did not mince his words when expressing his resentment against RAMZES666, calling him "RAMdog".
“I think the only pro I will flame outright is RAMdog. RAMZES. That’s the only pro because I have a big beef with that guy. That guy has flamed me and bullied me for years. In every pub, that guy always tips me, calls me trash, and calls me a dog. I hate that guy. I hate RAMdog.”
Meanwhile, there is no doubt that both Quinn and RAMZES666 do not have the best reputations regarding their behavior in ranked games.
In ranked games, RAMZES666 is notorious for trash talking, both to his teammates and to his opponents. In addition to engaging in it often, he has been involved in multiple spats that have become hot topics in the community.
Furthermore, RAMZES666 had an argument with qojqva during a Dota 2 pub, which, according to qojqva, escalated into a six month dispute that ended up getting resolved through Kanishka Sam "BuLba" Sosale, RAMZES666's coach at Evil Geniuses at the time. The player has been civil since then, at least with qojqva.
On the other hand, the very vocal Quinn has also been criticized for sometimes griefing during ranked games. The player usually destroys his items or abandons the game after dying to the counterpart in midlane during such moments.
Meanwhile, there is no doubt that Quinn and RAMZES66 each have top skills and extensive experience when it comes to professional play. The two are also enjoying success in their careers, with qualifications for the Berlin Major 2023 already in place. In the Major, Quinn and RAMZES666 may be pitted against each other if seeded in the same group.
The Berlin Major 2023 takes place from 26th April to 7th May.