So I've just been playing Overwatch, and after a few rounds messing around on Oasis (Great map by the way, played it a lot on PTR), I decided I'd have one competitive game before heading off...
Saw the lineup, our team on average was 200 SR higher than theirs (We were 2124, they were 19XX can't remember the last two digits... I was 2076 by the way), thought this would be interesting since usually when I play solo queue we're within 5-20 average SR for teams.
Playing on Dorado, and in the first round it was their turn to attack. We held really fucking well, they never got past the first bridge for the entire four minutes, I was impressed with our performance... but then two members of their team, both in a group, started raging like fuck over chat (Not team, general for all to see, lol) saying how shit their team was and didn't deserve people as skilled as them, and left.
So basically, as the second round started, it was 4v6 in our favour, and all we had to do was push it past the bridge to win, which takes maybe 15 seconds with three people on the cart? I felt so bad for the rest of the team, since they put up a good fight in the first half, that I convinced our team to step off the payload and at least make it a draw so nobody loses anything... everyone was actually okay with doing that!
For the next few minutes the other team were telling us what they'd said in team chat and through the mic, so we all agreed reporting them for harrassment was the best option... but literally ten seconds before the match finished and ended in a tie, some guy from our team got up (We were all stood round in a circle sharing emotes and voice lines, lol) and pushed the payload over the marker to get us the win.
I actually felt really bad for winning, thought it was a little undeserved... but I guess at the end of the day; Shit happens. And I reached a new season high with 2109 SR (Previous high was 2084, started at 1925, I swear they still haven't fixed the ranking system yet, I deserve to be much higher, I've played with platinums and won piss easy, and that's while I was still in silver!)
Anyone else had any moments like this, where you've KNOWN you had an unfair advantage? Did you make use of it or try to be fair? Did you feel bad for winning or laugh like a maniac as you steamrolled your way to victory?