So.... thats what happened. According to video this is what we should do. Giveaway the image, the prestige and name of "simracing". Don't be conflictive !!1 Or in other words don't you dare argue online, because omg it is so terrible, negative, toxic. Because arguing and discussing is obviously not a normal thing, right. So to avoid all this just give away your image, your prestige. You are not fun anyway, others will make better use of your image. No one wants to be called arcade, simcade... now if you want to somehow keep your genre identity fresh and pure, don't want to merge, you can leave it and look for other shelter, other image, other name. We also get this fun game so we can even choose our new name for our new little genre, new image, new history. Thanks Chris. Here are some interesting names, lots of fun picking a new name, because obviously such a great idea. "Usedtobesimracingbutnoweverythingiscalledsimracingsonowwehavenonameleftandhavetocreateitartificiallybecauseleftistpoliticallycorrectpeopledidn'tcareandlosttheimagecompletelying" "simrefugeeing" "thankschrisforsolvingthingspoliticallycorrectlying" "betamaleforcefeedbacking" "simgotcanceledracing" "simsurvivoring" "simulationimageandprestigegiveawaying" "simulationzombieing" "simpartisaning" "theycalluselitistandgatekeepersbecausewevaluesimulationsomuching" Now seriously... I wish that video was satire. But it clearly wasn't. Once you get called elitist or gatekeeper for being conservative about valuing simulation genre and what it has, then it is not right. It is left. This political correctness that suggest not to argue, not to discuss and just let in others come, who are obviously just using the image, and knows that it is exciting and that it sells. People who push for more realism, and are critical about details are essential. Suggesting to hide and look for new identity has to be a joke, but it is different to tell from his special kind of hypnotizing presentation style with lack of emotion. There was a thread about favorite simracing youtubers (well it was about rF2 youtubers, but there aren't any specifically rF2 youtubers really). When it comes down to actual simulation I don't think there are any good simracing youtuber to be honest, there are some that try to get closer to the core. But it is obvious that it is not what gives you views in there.