CEO Joe Marsh once again expressed his frustration at the excessive actions of some crazy fans, affecting T1 players.
With a bad performance recently, T1 is receiving a lot of criticism from the community. Not only on forums and social networks, a group of fans also rented trucks to spread banners around the team headquarters to protest against the coaching staff.
Before this action, T1 CEO – Joe Marsh shared that the fan group doing it is a waste of money because they do not represent all T1 fans. In a recent talk show on the channel of former Gunner Doublelift, this CEO said that there are worrying actions from fanatical fans and truck rental.
“Protesting is part of the way of life and culture in Korea. So I’m not too bothered about those banner trucks. What bothers me is that there are always fans lurking on the way back of the players asking to take photos, they follow all the way from the stadium to around the headquarters, which is really not okay.” Joe Marsh shared.
“These crazy fans are constantly watching and making the lives of the players seriously affected. Sometimes the T1 members don’t dare to go to the movies because they feel like they haven’t practiced enough, despite the fact that they’ve been practicing for 18 hours.”
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The head of T1 thinks that it is normal for the whole team to play poorly and have poor performance. And what the players need to do is entertain, find ways to relax to regain their spirits, not be “terrorized” by the fans.
“After that loss, 3 players went to karaoke, Faker played Pool and Oner played FIFA with friends. They are not robots that can play League of Legends for hundreds of hours. They also need to rest and enjoy their lives before returning to prepare for the playoffs.”