BBC Sport's covering a FIFA tournament - and it's not going down well with its 5.39m followers on Twitter.
A few Brits are taking part in the ongoing FIFA Interactive World Cup in New York. One of them, 21-year-old Oliver Chesses, from Manchester, gave an interview to BBC Sport in which he cast doubt on his future as a professional FIFA player.
In the interview, Chesses says the mediocre $20,000 prize pot for FIFA's biggest tournament makes the whole thing pretty pointless. He goes on to vow to quit if he fails to make the semi-finals.
"I've played this game competitively now for four years, and I'm getting to the point where I just can't deal with it any more," he says.
"The pot bonus is 20 grand. If you consider that doesn't pay off a third of my student loan, I'm just thinking to myself, what's the point?.
"If I make the semi-finals or if I make the final, then obviously that's a reason to continue. But anything less than that, then I am very happy to call it a day. Chasing a dream that isn't there isn't something I want to do. I need to get serious."
BBC Sport tweeted the interview, as you'd expect. It's fair to say followers responded negatively.
Here's a snippet:
Here's my favourite response, one I'm familiar with!
It was a similarly negative reaction when BBC Sport tweeted its soul-destroying interview with Frank Lampard, who talks about playing as himself in FIFA to promote the tournament.
@BBCSport another ridiculous talking point from bbc!— TAIMOOR (@TAIMOOR227) March 22, 2016
Clearly, BBC Sport's Twitter followers aren't fans of the BBC Sport tweeting about FIFA - the video game, that is. Presumably they approve of BBC Sport tweeting about the actual real-life corrupt organisation currently fighting for its life.
As for Chesses, well, he got knocked out of the tournament in the group stage, which means he's probably done being a FIFA pro. Poor chap.
For those interested, the FIWC concludes this evening when the semi-finals kick off (it's live-streamed over at the FIFATV YouTube channel). Sean Allen is flying the flag for England. Good luck Sean!