iFerg responds to the derogatory comment from Dignitas, ‘mobile gaming is not gaming’

This is the second time iFerg had to respond to such comments!

The hatred for mobile gaming and the mobile gaming community is not new. This hatred has existed for as long as one can recall. The last known occurrence included Dr. Disrespect and now Dignitas made a derogatory comment about mobile gaming. Both times the Mobile gaming community was furious and upset over their comment, and iFerg was the one to respond against Dignitas and Dr disrespect. Here’s more on what happened.

Dignitas made a derogatory comment against the mobile community to which iFerg responded

It all started with a tweet from Dignitas stating, agreeing that mobile gaming is not gaming. To which iFerg responded by saying I have won more tournaments in the last 5 years than your entire organization combined. The most relevant thing that has happened to you this decade has been this ratio. However the tweet was deleted soon after.

iFerg is a professional gamer and Youtuber who is also a co-owner of Tribe Gaming. He is well-known in the community for his Fortnite and COD Mobile accomplishments. iFerg is regarded as one of the best in FPS games, having won numerous professional tournaments.

After the deletion of the tweet, Ferg followed with another tweet saying “Imagine attacking the Mobile community and getting ratio’d so hard you have to delete it…” Then Dignitas followed and tweeted.

Team Dignitas was established on September 9th, 2003. Dignitas is a multinational esports organization with teams in a variety of esports. Dignitas has competed in 35+ tournaments and won 18 world championships in various games; interested players can view their full timeline here.

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