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League Of Legends Pro Fined $772 For Giving Opponent The Fin

2016-11-08  VR     Source: 未知  
On the last day of the 2015 League of Legends World Championship group stage, European pro player Fabian "Febiven" Diepstraten said in an interview that he expected American team Cloud9 to lose their match that was about to begin. Star C9 p
League Of Legends Pro Fined $US556 For Giving Opponent The Finger

On the last day of the 2015 League of Legends World Championship group stage, European pro player Fabian "Febiven" Diepstraten said in an interview that he expected American team Cloud9 to lose their match that was about to begin. Star C9 player Hai "Hai" Du Lam responded by flipping him off. That cost Hai $772. Rekt?

The actual offending act of Hai giving Febiven the finger happened so fast that many League eSports fans (myself included) missed it during the game's live broadcast. The way that Worlds was structured during the group stage was: after one game was concluded, one or more members of the winning team would head off the game stage for a post-match interview held on a small raised platform close to the front of the crowd. While the interview was being conducted, the next two teams set to compete would be setting up on the main stage.

Fnatic had just beaten Cloud9 on 11 October, the last day of the group stage games. C9 was then scheduled to play against Taiwanese challenger ahq e-Sports club. While they were preparing, Febiven told the post-game interviewer that he that C9 was going to lose again in their upcoming match-up.

"I think ahq is going to win," Febiven said in response to a question about the next game, "because C9's playstyle is really predictable and they're drafting in a similar way every game so I think they are definitely counterable and ahq is the better team."

Hai, who could hear everything Febiven was saying along with the rest of the crowd, gave his opponent the finger. The moment was captured on the livestream, though you might have to watch the video more than once to even catch it:

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