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Competitive matchmaking cooldown reset

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So earlier tonight I had been playing a competitive match. Less than Competitive matchmaking cooldown reset week ago, a 7 day cooldown finally ended for me and I was psyched to get back into this game.

I had to go afk during a game for a couple minutes, and letting my team know, i come back a few minutes later to a message that I had been kicked too many times and that I got a 7 day ban. Keep in mind, that was my first time EVER to be kicked from a cs go game. So tonight I'm playing, and there is one douchebag on our team. You know the type, runs in front of your scope at T spawn when youre trying to awp, generally being obnoxious.

Please not that I have...

Any way half way through the game he vote kicks me. A few minutes later half time hits, where both teams can communicate, and he vote kicks me again, and it passes. So i get kicked, and wouldn't you know it, another 7-fucking-day cooldown. I am so livid, I did nothing wrong and I am paying the price for someone else's jackassery.

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I know how frustrating it can be for dicks to get you heat you don't deserve, but it happens. If you enjoy the game, you'll still enjoy it a week from now. To tell you the truth see what I did there I dunno if I will.

Note: A matchmaking cooldown will...

It's the third "Competitive matchmaking cooldown reset" day ban I get in two months the first I'll be honest I killed a teammate at the start of the round, but he deserved it. But the fact that I got banned like that and there is no way to appeal just left a sour taste in my mouth. Unfortunately, while that is a feature people have requested, I don't believe it has been worked out yet.

I agree that a feature like that Competitive matchmaking cooldown reset help. As I said, I'm with you on the frustration. Suspensions that don't feel deserved really hurt. Though, right now is the worst part of it. In a few days, you'll not be as mad, and once it's up, you'll probably initially say you don't know if you want to go back at all. For now, maybe you can try to contact the developer and encourage work on a block list for queuing.

I know you're not the only one pushing for it, and the more people advocating such a measure, the better.

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