There was a game called Knight Online many years ago. The English speaking player base refused to play with the Turkish. No different than the Japanese having a tendency to not play with English. It all came down to how one community perceived the other.
What you conveniently left out was why they didn't want to play with the Turks. It wasn't because they were better or simple due to the language barrier. It was because like FFXI's gil sellers, these Turks were griefing people, hacking the game, and even killing off AFK players for lawlz.This isn't a simple playstyle difference, that's
total b.s. Context is key and leaving it out shows your bias.
Speaking of bias, here's this little gem.
Personally, I can't speak a sentence in Japanese and I was in a JPN HNMLS back in FFXI. There is no fanboying here. Inglorious Bastards was a movie I enjoyed, partly because it presented itself with its native language to the region.
I had many JP friends and good relations with the majority of them. However, there were JP players that were racist and xenophobic. I never once in all my years of FFXI did I ever see a person from Europe, Brazil, you name it say "my home country onry". So while many JP players were cool which I freely admit, there are so many cases that prove what I said to be true. By not admitting that, you're clearly showing bias.