League of Legends streamer Rabia, Nightblue3, Yazbek has recently sparked controversy over a recent stream where he and another streamer called Nubrac held a difference in opinion.\r\n\r\nA former member of the Meme Stream Dream Team and a current Grandmaster player, Nightblue3 is known for playing his fair share of interesting and off-meta champion choices.\r\n\r\nDespite this, he wasn\u2019t pleased about a player he deemed to be trolling his team with an off-meta support strategy.\r\n\r\nNubrac, who currently sits at Master level elo, claims to have a lot of success playing roaming Teemo support. According to him, the gist of this unique champ pick is that Nubrac takes advantage of Teemo\u2019s ability to go invisible when standing still by finding an early kill mid lane.\r\n\r\nIn this particular match, Nubrac did precisely that and continued helping mid-lane rather than assisting the ADC in the bot-lane, as is normal.\r\n\r\nThis prompted Nightblue3, who was playing Kha\u2019zix jungle, to make several comments at Nubrac. Just a few minutes into the game, Nightblue3 asked Nubrac if he wanted a \u201c2 week vacation\u201d before adding, \u201cill call my riot friend right now.\u201d\r\n\r\nDuring Nubrac\u2019s own stream, viewers from Nightblue3\u2019s stream began talking in the chat, which prompted him to explain to viewers how roaming Teemo support works and why he chose to focus on helping mid-lane as opposed to bot-lane, as well as stating that he\u2019s trying to \u201credefine the meta.\u201d\r\n\r\nNubrac goes on to say, \u201cUnless you\u2019ve played the strat, you can\u2019t really talk for the strat. I\u2019ve played the strat probably fifty games so far, and I\u2019d probably say I have a 65 to 70% win rate.\u201d According to OP.GG, however, Nubrac has a 48% win rate on Teemo out of 411 ranked games \u2013 whether or not these are all roaming support games is unclear.\r\n\r\nOnstream Nightblue3 proceeds to seemingly contact his \u201criot friend\u201d off-screen while still in-game with Nubrac. He shares that Nubrac is intentionally trying to grief during high-ranked games onstream without having any regard for consequences.\r\n\r\nWithin just a few days, Nubrac was issued a 14-day suspension by Riot Games, which specifically noted that the game that got him banned was the very same he played with Nightblue3.\r\n\r\nNubrac goes on to share his messages with Riot support onstream, who confirm that using an off-meta support champion isn\u2019t enough to get an account banned without additional reasons.\r\n\r\nIt\u2019s unclear at this time if Nubrac\u2019s account will be unsuspended early or not, but regardless the League of Legends community is back-and-forth on how they feel about the issue.\r\n\r\nWhile some people agree with Nightblue3\u2019s opinion on Nubrac\u2019s playstyle and that Nubrac is auto-losing games for people by trolling, others feel that Nightblue3 is abusing his power as a popular streamer and friend of Riot employees to get people banned.\r\n\r\nNightblue3 has taken to Twitter to defend himself, claiming that while some people might not feel great about how he went about the whole situation, Riot needs to add a system for banning players who grief games using a "tribunal-esque review" set-up.\r\n\r\n[embed]https:\/\/twitter.com\/Nightbloo\/status\/1139616858481414144[\/embed]\r\n\r\nMany high-elo players have discussed how Nubrac\u2019s playstyle creates a considerable disadvantage for the entire team by stealing experience from mid-lane and leaving the allied ADC to struggle in a 1v2 bot-lane. It\u2019s also been noted that it\u2019s likely that Nubrac\u2019s ban was not based solely on Nightblue3\u2019s report, but also other players in the game.\r\n\r\nOn the flip side, some people feel that Nightblue3 could have handled the situation better and that Nubrac was not trolling intentionally nor should his choice of champion and playstyle result in a suspension.\r\n\r\nPeople are taking to social media to share their opinions, but only time will tell how the drama plays out.