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Submitted by Medievaldragon 1390d ago | video

IdrA Quits a Potentially Won StarCraft II Pro Circuit Match vs MMA

The United States champion player IdrA makes an embarrassing decision during a StarCraft II Pro Circuit tournament which left the audience and broadcast narrators speechless.

IdrA quit a game he was definitely winning with a large bunch of Mutalisks against Siege Tanks and Marines.

In retrospect, in order to support and protect tournament sponsors and TV stations the Quit option should be removed from tournaments to see players battle to the end. (PC, Starcraft II, StarCraft II: Wings of LIberty)

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Lich120  +   1390d ago
It wouldn't be Idra without drama. I swear, I don't know how he does so well when all I ever see him doing is rage quiting.
Newtype  +   1390d ago
This is old, but I showed Toaster this....hilarious. It's not on camera, but the dude asks why he GGed and idrA says, "FUCK YOU."
JsonHenry  +   1389d ago
Maybe he had to take a crap or something. hahahahaha

Sounds like Idra.

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