TSM and Frost DID have a rematch.

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Cyzyk

Senior Member

10-10-2012

I'm not sure why Riot would decide cheating took place...

...then punish it with a fine.

In any professional sports league, the player would be penalized, not the team. I think Azubu Frost should have the player removed from their team for cheating.

Cheating is an individual choice. The individual should suffer foremost. If the team suffers as a result of that individual's choice, the team now knows not to have a cheater on their crew.

Don't see how a fine compensates TSM (the victims here) in any way.


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lightberry

Senior Member

10-10-2012

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Originally Posted by Le Vagabond View Post
Who cares, M5 is winning this championship.
This.


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ArbatrazSquizz

Senior Member

10-10-2012

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Originally Posted by lightberry View Post
This.
Oops.


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HeartlessXiao

Senior Member

10-10-2012

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Originally Posted by Colonel J View Post
After the suspicious ping, the game was reset.

Honestly, if you think TSM chance of victory vs Frost hinged on that early invade that never happened, you are quite delusional. TSM is acting very pathetic by begging for a DQ. They are acting like this because they are sad that they lost. as would anyone. However, it's none of this "honorable" and "playing by the rules" **** they're saying. It's just a front.

They lost fair and square.
Uhh, the pings/ screen looking was POST-REMAKE.


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Dat Asian Gurl

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Senior Member

10-10-2012

Man, TSM anti-fanboys are just as annoying and blind as the people they hate.

This is why we can't have nice things.

Why can't we just talk about DQ'ing Frost vs. Fining Frost, since TSM is taking their loss honorably?


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Noric

Senior Member

10-10-2012

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Originally Posted by bitingpig View Post
After the restart, TSM left its base en masse, appearing to be invading top lane/brush. At 00:15 on the game clock, Woong of AzF looked back and up to his right at the venue screens.At 00:25 on the game clock, an AzF player pinged near the lane between TSM’s top inhibitor tower and the second top lane tower.
So... this is from the more detailed post. Can you explain it?

(feel free to follow my quote to the original post)


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xAltairis

Senior Member

10-10-2012

The suspicious ping and screen look was after the remake.


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Noric

Senior Member

10-10-2012

Waiting for a response to my post... i quoted the play by play post while you quoted the summary.


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Ehmioak

Junior Member

10-10-2012

Riot needs Korea for esports to blow up to be huge. It does not surprise me in the slightest that it's going to be a Korea/China final. Rules? Screw rules, this is marketing.


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