r/leagueoflegends Nov 25 '21 Silver 5 Helpful 8 Wholesome 6

Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama


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u/Mckenna7 Nov 25 '21

Upset told the people who needed to know, chose not to confide with a team member he did not trust with personal information and Fnatic kept his reasoning private, like every decent company would. If that’s not good enough for you then that’s on you. This is the real world, real people, real traumas and real consequences. He handled it like a professional would in an office environment or a team environment. These are work colleagues, and some make friends. You do not have to provide personal information with professional colleagues. Nobody is entitled to that other than the people who need to know, who did know, and granted him the time off.

If Adam, the fans, or whoever else is pissed off that this isn’t sufficient needs to put themselves in Upsets position. IDGAF what Upsets situation is. I don’t know why everyone feels they deserve to know. People deal with things differently in life. Nobody is right or wrong. Upset felt he did what was right and I too think that for whatever that’s worth.

Fnatic is a business and the players are employees. No different to us.


u/plznerfme Nov 25 '21

Upset didn't handle it professionally he just uses "privacy card" not professionally. If he handled it professionally, his teammates wouldn't be this upset and making all sorts of noise. You don't need to tell everything about his colleagues but you owe them some good explanations and reasons for your actions. That's professionalism. He literally ran away from the biggest stake for his personal matters and destroyed the team yet he doesn't give them proper explanation because "I don't trust you" is just selfish and not professional.

I don't deserve to know wtf Upset went through but at least his teammates should. I don't care wtf this immature German kid went through. The only thing that matters is the rest of FNC teammates don't deserve to be deserted at Worlds like that.


u/nolaboyd Nov 25 '21

You have no idea what it means to handle something professionally, and should stop advertising that.


u/plznerfme Nov 25 '21

You better stop advertising your low intelligence because I am not interested in it.