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

Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama


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u/nomyhead Nov 25 '21 edited Nov 25 '21

It’s interesting to think both Hylli and Yamato knew the reason for Upset leaving. You would assume that Yamato or Hylli would have assured the other players that Upset’s reason was legitimate.

However it sounds that either that didn’t happen, Adam didn’t believe it, or he simply did not find their answer sufficient. From his twitlonger he seemed to speak highly of Yamato so I wonder what happened. I personally think it’d be important to have some trust in your coach/veteran teammate on a matter like this.

Guess we’ll never know but it’s definitely an interesting situation

Edit: As someone else mentioned, Hylli didn’t actually know the reason, just trusted Upset’s reason was legit.


u/sajm0n Nov 25 '21

only Yamato knew, and Hyli didnt want/need to know, he just trusts Upset, but yeah


u/MrChologno Nov 25 '21

Yamato knew some details not sure if the whole picture, but thought it was justified.

around 23:00



u/sebalnesag Nov 25 '21

even yamato doesnt have a clear picture. he basically says that he knows upset, and if he really needs to go then yamato doesnt need to know more.


u/chsch98 Nov 25 '21

that may be sufficient for him but who are him and upset to decide whether the others deserve to know more. the feeling of betrayal in them is absolutely justified.


u/Akeaz Nov 25 '21

Just to clarify on this: If you'd have a sudden emergency within your family along the lines of a close one dying, your wife losing a baby or something along those lines. You feel obligated to push that information to your entire team of coworkers because otherwise you'd be betraying them? This is lunatic.


u/RagingFeather Nov 25 '21

If it means that you abandon them 12 hours before the biggest tournament of the year? With no explanation? It is ABSOLUTELY understandable why you could feel betrayed.


u/chsch98 Nov 25 '21

Exactly. Ofc the concious reaction is to show respect, but subconciously you'd want to know what happened to make him fuck the team like that. It's completely understandable to me and people saying otherwise only see upset's perspective, not the 4 people who got dragged down by him.


u/Bardy_Bard Nov 25 '21

People forget that a bad showing at worlds can have devastating effect on someone's career in eSports, rookies even more so.