Ok so none of this actually makes sense. RGL is banning lolguy for saying this in a scrim, and yet:
As we do with shorter ban lengths during the off season, this will have a delayed start and the ban will not begin until May 18th, the day before the start of the sixes season. If we ban a player and a majority of the ban is during the off season, then the ban was essentially fruitless, since it did not affect the player at all. We delay bans that are shorter during off seasons, to make sure that the player does see real consequences to the actions they chose to take.
So is the scrim part of RGL, or isn't it??
If you can be banned for this kind of behavior in a scrim, that implies the scrim has a connection to RGL, and therefore, the ban should start immediately, effectively banning lolguy from playing tf2 on servers with "organized RGL teams", as I guess that's the connection to RGL.
The scrim is not a part of RGL, and this is why the ban is delayed. But if this is the case, then why is he banned?
Either scrims are part of RGL or they aren't, you can't have it both ways. And I'm not even going to get into how dumb it is to be banned for this reason, particularly when I'd be willing to bet every single player in that server has said the exact same thing at some point, or worse, and none of them are banned.
Unban him, and while your at it, unban that poor guy who rang for HL grand finals and got banned because he happened to be the unlucky guy available to ring for a team who had decided to throw. What was he supposed to do? Disconnect when he realized they were going to throw? You probably would have banned him for "poor sportsmanship" or something equally absurd for that, so he was damned if he did, and damned if he didn't. RGL needs to make its process very clear, and get some competency while doing so.