This is about communication in the team. Actually about the mood in which this communication is often done.
A few BAD examples real-life (games I played and witnessed indirectly these situations):
Hunters win a match. Than another one. And yet another one or two.
At this moment, after 3…4 consequitive wins, suddenly one of hunters writes: “The only pity is we have traper bot” (!)
(Traper changes his class. Team structure changes as well. Next match - lost.)
Hunters prepare to play a match. Someone selects Maggie.
Another person starts commenting “Maggie is shit, you SHOULD NOT take it”.
Traper explains why he prefers Maggie. It provokes even more aggressive comments from the firsy guy “you do not know how to play this game, etc”
(during match) Fight with monster. Lazarus as medic.
At some moment Support dies. Monster visibly keeps an eye on dead guy, spamming around with damage.
If Laz tries to rez - he will die. So he waits for good moment.
Dead buddy starts whining “rez me! what are you waiting for? we are losing becasue our medic is bad… etc”
Apparently some people, believeing so much in their own “mastery” (correctly or not), do not know how to communicate with others. To those presenting such approach:
- Respect others, their choices and skill level.
- If they make real mistakes, suggest constructively how to improve.
- Unless this is obvious and short message - wait with your comments till match ends.
…and last but not least
4. If you blame people, especially during match, you are actually increasing the probability of a loss and decreasing team effectiveness