Statistically go over the masters games in CL and check how many games they greeted their opponent before the opponent greeted them. Now do the same for some other clan. What you will notice is that statistically speaking, the players in other clans greet their opponent significantly more than masters players. This is an example of an elitist attitude versus a non-elitist one. Sometimes, even if an opponent is kind enough to greet them, certain players do not have the basic decency to respond, for example: https://www.warzone.com/MultiPlayer?GameID=16023748
Let me run the statistics for szeu: http://clan-league.westus.cloudapp.azure.com/tournament?id=7
Masters greeted opponents in 0/6 games. Greeted first in 0/6 games.
ONE greeted opponents in 3/6 games. Greeted first in 2/6 games.
Outlaws greeted opponents in 3/6 games. Greeted first in 1/6 games.
Lynx greeted opponents in 4/6 games. Greeted first in 4/6 games.
GG greeted opponents in 2/6 games. Greeted first in 1/6 games.
VS greeted opponents in 3/6 games. Greeted first in 0/6 games.
MH greeted opponents in 3/6 games. Greeted first in 2/6 games.
If you want to truly evaluate "elitism", you need a metric. The metric that I propose is the percentage of time a player greets their opponent in a match, which is a basic level of sportsmanship someone who is playing a game is expected to have.
Edited 10/18/2018 19:24:27