DickStacy NSFW sticker turned down by Valve

Olivia Richman • February 3, 2019 9:00 am

Fans of Counter-Strike and phallic objects have been dealt a severe blow.

Oliver “DickStacy” Tierney’s phallic sticker submission was immediately rejected by Valve and will not be available for in-game use, despite the wishes of swelling fans.

The Grayhound Gaming in-game leader recently qualified for the IEM Katowice 2018 Major, which brings with it the coveted reward of designing your own personal in-game Counter-Strike sticker.

DickStacy made no effort to hide his motivation for the sticker choice in the wake of his team’s qualification through the Katowice Asia Minor.

“It feels natural to me. If you’re not going thick and pumped and deep and long, boys, what are you doing?” DickStacy said.

While DickStacy’s fans anticipated an explicit sticker, Valve was quick to reject the first design the Australian CS:GO pro submitted. Revealed on Twitter, the original sticker prominently featured a penis, formed from the “D” and “S” in his name. DickStacy called the deisgn “sleek and inspirational.”

Valve didn’t seem to agree with that sentiment, turning down the sticker for not conforming with their requirements.

Soon after, DickStacy tweeted out a more socially acceptable sticker designed by his mother. While his followers appreciated the wholesome content, some still felt the need to share their own explicit signature ideas.

Weapon sticker designs have long been ripe content for community meme creation, and some humorous stickers that were far less explicit have made it through Valve’s screening in the past.

One popular sticker belongs to Fabien “kioShiMa,” whose signature reads “The Problem” after his receiving a jab from an ex-teammate following kioShiMa’s removal from EnVyUs in 2016. French player Edourad “SmithZz” Dubourdeaux’s sticker is also memorialized for including the phrase “Yo Les Noobs,” a meme that stems from a rant addressed to some of SmithZz’s online critics.

DickStacy’s new designs are still awaiting Valve’s approval.

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