Dumbledoge League of Legends left Supermassive again after enduring homophobic remarks from his team. Dumbledoge became known for famously getting first blood on Faker at MSI 2015, earning him the name Faker Killer.
Dumbledoge left Supermassive back in 2017, before rejoining in January 2020. According to a statement on Dumbledoge's Twitter, he left then not because of his performance, but because he found screenshots of other pro players making homophobic remarks about him, before he had officially come out as a gay man.
Dumbledoge League of Legends: Dumbledoge Leaves Team Due to Homophobic Remarks
According to Dumbledoge's statement, his teammate Zeitnon, whom he considered a "close friend and brother," frequently insulted him without his knowledge. They had lived in the same house for five months, and Zeitnot's behavior shocked Dumbledoge.
After leaving Supermassive for the first time, he joined Royal Youth before frustration with the team's management led him to leave. He rejoined Supermassive in January 2020 despite having to play with Zeitnot again, writing that he wanted to "achieve success in his career," which outweighed the obstacles he expected to face with his old team.
According to Dumbledoge, the tension came to a head when he again heard Zeitnot making remarks and slurs about him when he thought he wouldn't overhear. Dumbledoge got into an argument while training, and Zeitnot used words and curses that Dumbledoge would not write.
Following this argument, Dumbledoge left the house and returned to Izmir.
Since this revelation, his Twitter was met with an outpouring of support from his fans. Dumbledoge is now a free agent.
Neither Zeitnot nor the team has released a statement on the matter.