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“The gaming industry is actually in the process of changing,” Ms. “That’s a really positive thing, but I think there is a small group of male gamers who feel like gaming belongs to them, and are really terrified of that change happening.” When Sam Killermann, a gamer in Austin, Tex., saw the reaction to Ms.
“They treat the Internet like a vast game,” where offending others scores points, Mr. But the standard advice to ignore the taunts (“don’t feed the trolls”) is now, in the wake of Ms.
When Miranda Pakozdi entered the Cross Assault video game tournament this year, she knew she had a slim chance of winning the ,000 prize.
But she was ready to compete, and promised fans watching online that she would train just as hard as, if not harder than, anyone else. Pakozdi, 25, an experienced gamer, has said she always expects a certain amount of trash talk.
In February, shortly after the Cross Assault tournament, Level Up, an Internet broadcaster of gaming events, barred two commentators who made light of sexual harassment on camera and issued a formal apology, including statements from the commentators.
Even so, Tom Cannon, co-founder of the largest fighting game tournament, EVO, pulled his company’s sponsorship of the weekly Level Up series, saying that “we cannot continue to let ignorant, hateful speech slide.” “The nasty undercurrent in the scene isn’t a joke or a meme,” he said. Bakhtanians, whose actions during the Cross Assault tournament were captured on video, later issued a statement in which he apologized if he had offended anyone. Sarkeesian responded by documenting the harassment, posting online the doctored, pornographic images of herself that her detractors had created.