TheFragileI personally disagree with color interrupting play-by-play with making orgasmic noises. I think it's distracting to what's going on, even if it's really exciting. In professional sports, very rarely do I see sportscasters have their color commentator interrupt play-by-play with random exclamatory noises, no matter how exciting the situation is. One thing that Valorant casters / commentators have been doing recently is gasping during tense moments, and I find it adds unnecessary noise to already great moments.
Maybe I'm being a little pedantic, but I find myself enjoying moments better without the unnecessary color interruption. Maybe I'm just really annoyed with Valorant commentary and I can't unhear the random gasping, lol.
At the very least, you shouldn't talk over the person that's already talking with your own commentary.
The thing you must realise though is that the majority of the esports audience are different, they're younger compared to the traditional sports audience and therefore the way the commentary is delivered is, less polished and more casual. It's an attempt to make commentary more exciting to the viewer, and it shows in viewership that caster duos that are more in sync together - bouncing words off each other are more likely to have a higher viewer count than those duos who don't mesh well. You are however correct that colours shouldn't interrupt play-by-plays, they're the support.
It goes back to the beginning of esports coverage, all the way back to grassroots LAN's where friends jump on together to shoutcast, and they're screaming at their friend's fat frags in excitement for them. It's not a bad thing, I guess just some people aren't well adjusted to it.