It's not whether they are good that matters, but whether they are potentially affected by the decision. Here it is very clearly a decision that only concerns the few players that will participate in robo's events, so yes, I do find the opinions of people or players who have no chance of participating irrelevant.How good someone is at the game or whether that person is directly affected or not is not a reasonable factor to dismiss a raised opinion. I think it's a good thing if someone intervenes against wrongful actions or potentially harmful changes EVEN IF it does not affect that person directly.
I'd like to point out the op idea doesn't reduce itself to HC3.
Sure people could worry about the repercussions for Nations Cup, which will be hosted by robo and open to randoms like them and me. But do you really honestly believe robo will waste his time tracking each and every one of you?
On the subject of whether the players should be allowed to participate to robo's events despite being proven to leave games before minute 1? Absolutely! I am not directly concerned by the rule while you are, hence your opinion on that topic is more relevant that mine.Also...You do know that your opinion also obides by the very same logic you use.. i am technically a "superior" player to you, does it mean i should dismiss your opinion cause you're "too bad"?