CS:GO Caster Sadokist Facing Backlash for Using Racial Slur

Nicholas Barth,

March 31, 2018 8:34 AM

Well Known Counter-Strike: Global Offensive caster Matthew "Sadokist" Trivett is a top talent in the world of esports commentary, but now finds himself at the center of controversy.

Matthew "Sadokist" Trivett is one of the top casters in the world of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive commentary, due to the excitement and game knowledge that he brings to broadcasts. However, the public figure now finds himself facing scrutiny after he was heard using a racial slur during a live stream. 

(Editor Note: This post contains some language which may be considered harsh and offensive. We may have edited the article to reflect this, but the videos generally are NSFW and uncensored. Be advised.)

The popular caster was celebrating his birthday by participating in an Ask Me Anything session and playing Player Unknowns Battlegrounds on his personal stream. Things then took a turn for the worse, as an intoxicated Sadokist was heard saying the N-word on the live stream. The footage soon found its way onto social media by the way of Twitter user DonHaci. Sadokist also went on to tell DonHaci to "kill himself"

Many promiment members of the esports community took to social media to speak up on the controversy.

Fellow CS:GO casters Janko "YNK" Paunovic and Jason "Moses" O'Toole condemned Sadokist's behavior, but are facing criticism from members of the community who do not feel that it is enough of a response. 


You need to be logged in to post a comment.

Join us