Comparing himself to “better” than fans, the WBG boss was also criticized for being a bit weak for not setting a goal of winning the LPL Summer 2022.
After a disastrous 0-2 loss to EDward Gaming, Weibo Gaming was heavily criticized by the LPL community for its fragmented, uncoordinated gameplay. But instead of speaking to reassure fans, recently the boss of WBG caused controversy with his Weibo statement. Although the post was quickly deleted, there were still fans who captured this post and spread it widely in the League of Legends forums.
“Watchers who can’t accept the loss go out and leave, our entire team will give our best, but we can’t guarantee the championship. It’s still a bit early to talk about the dream of winning.” – the boss of WBG spoke up.
Soon after, many fans criticized because the WBG boss not only did not reassure fans but even “did not” set a goal of winning this season for WBG. This caused many fans to leave mixed comments, causing the WBG boss to delete the old post but post another “adding fuel to the fire”.
“My point is that I don’t see myself in a high position, so it’s up to you to call me boss. I have to take care of the food and clothes for the players, take care of each person’s life, eat and sleep well. I’m better than many fans out there. I have to worry about a lot of things, and when I lose the game, I have to watch the players and the coaching staff being criticized. We have no standards, no quality?…” – WBG boss comments below the post.
Immediately after this “fan-degrading” comment was spread, many gamers vehemently criticized the WBG boss for “accounting” for the things he was supposed to do. Especially many fans think that this disrespect will greatly affect the image of the team as well as the players. Currently, the post is still attracting a lot of comments from the Chinese LoL community.
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