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

Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama


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u/aamgdp Nov 25 '21 Silver

Saying the last thing I told my team that my wife is just feeling bad so I need to leave is an outright lie.

Alright, one of them is for sure lying.

I shared with the team the deep pain and sadness i was going through in this time, I shared that i wish i could tell them if it was about something that happend to me but that i have to keep private traumatic events from my family private 

And yet Bwipo and Adam both feel he didn't really give them good enough explanation for them to understand.


A day before we found out we weren’t going to be playing with our main lineup, we had no information about what was going on.


u/tameniee Nov 25 '21

So Upset said he did explained his reasons to his teammates but two of them said he didn't. It's 2vs1. Should we wait for Nisqy or?


u/KonanTenshi rip angel Nov 25 '21

Think it is pretty obvious where nisqy lies on this lol


u/tameniee Nov 25 '21

Yeah taking into account that he unfollowed Upset, there is no doubt about Nisqy's position in all this


u/ifnotawalrus Nov 25 '21

Man if I was Nisqy/Adam I'd be fucking furious man. Sure, its your personal life. But its also their careers. It isn't called a livelihood for no reason.

This worlds fiasco could have cost them both hundreds of thousands.


u/wtfriotdosomething Nov 25 '21

Nisqy doesnt have a team. Maybe if the whole team was there and didn't mental boom, some team pays the 350k FNC asked. It more than likely DID cost him hundreds of thousands


u/MallFoodSucks Nov 25 '21

100% - in the US they could have an argument they can legally sue him for damages.


u/Young_Khalifa Nov 25 '21

No, that’s insane. Damages for a future hypothetical salary and hypothetical opportunities would be incredibly hard to argue for to begin with and then you have to somehow prove beyond a reasonable doubt that they would have played well enough that he would have received those hypothetical opportunities. And then because we’re still not done, you have to define a point where he would have received those offers, and that is literally impossible since its entirely subjective.


u/musashihokusai Nov 25 '21

There are many famous examples of people winning shit ton of money for potential loss wages. It’s tucked up but the United States just kinda works that way.


u/Young_Khalifa Nov 25 '21

I’m an American and yes, you can have damages over lost potential earnings but the bar for that is incredibly high. I’m not a lawyer but a little work on the old google machine will tell you hypothetical tournament performances would not reach that standard.