That Riot has blatantly nearly avoiding ALL the threads that have relevance.
There is over hundreds of Reddit posts, more than 20 active forum threads and yet.. Where is the actual answer to this problem?
There is overwhelming proof, there is NO way to defend Azubu Frost.
Sure, you can say he just looked at another person but you can tell by the eyes, his head is directed to a team member but the eyes ABOVE to the mini map.
Watch the stream, look at the pictures.
TSM even contacted the stage referees to NOTIFY them about this issue. What happened?
Nothing. TSM went on to lose that game, maybe because that level 1 gank onto Jayce had failed. You know why it failed? AZF had looked at the mini map. There is just too much factual proof.
TSM are now shattered, along with many fans as what a corrupted game it was just due to one minor thing that has now lost TSM the right to win $1,000,000.
You can say it was just the gameplay, but it was far more than that which swayed in which team would win.
Go ahead, downvote, whatever you want. It's just time somebody nails this down, to show how bias this really is.
- This even happened against CLG v WE. But again, what bias response will I get from Riot?
- #2 I know I'm a bit late, but I had to piece this all together. There are also many threads, this one is to support and back up. Bump to aware everybody.
http://i.imgur.com/hntqU.jpg An Azubu Frost member clearly watching and looking DIRECTLY at the mini map.
http://i.imgur.com/dZ592.jpg RiotTiza makes some bias statement, saying that he was the lead referee and was just clearing up that he was looking at a "team member".
Look closer, his head and eyes are no where near the closest team member. But look again, eyes directly upwards to the minimap.
This one is so unreal, just watch.
Azubu Frost member SOMEHOW knows they are there, HOW? Mini map from the previous look up, make sense now?
Imagine if that gank had taken place, given Dyrus first blood.
Game panned out differently? Of course, just think about the entire scenario and scratch your head.
Bump for awareness, address this.