Had I kept it professional, writing something like:I don't think what Philippe said in here should be taken seriously, he just made a silly joke without an intention of it being a punch.
"Feel free to host the showmatch!
For my own events, closed streaming isn't really my cup of tea, the idea never crossed my mind.
I'll keep my future events open, as I think it's beneficial for the viewers to see games on the channel of their choice, in the language they prefer.
That said, I think close streaming can be desirable in some scenarios like LAN events, not that much for my online showmatch."
There will still be people who'd feel personally offended, thinking I used a pompous, sarcastic tone to attack tournament hosts who use closed streaming.
There's nothing shameful in closed streaming, and the reception of some of these events was overwhelming positive.
Why would they get so uptight at the view of a twelve-letter reminder?