Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0
L0rinda

hearthstone Firebat Playing For Tempo Storm At Red Bull Team Brawl. Amaz Discusses Firebat On Video

3 posts in this topic

15775-firebat-playing-for-tempo-storm-at

Firebat's decision to leave Team Archon has continued to impact the community today. He will now represent Tempo Storm at the upcoming Red Bull Team Brawl. On top of that, Amaz and Backspace of Team Archon have released a video discussing Firebat's behaviour while he was on the team.


Firebat was originally going to be representing Team Archon in the Team Brawl, and appeared to confirm on his stream that he was intending to uphold that obligation at the event, despite parting ways with the team. An update from the Red Bull site today, however, explains that Reynad has agreed to drop out of the Tempo Storm team so that Firebat can represent them in his place. 15 year old Archon star Amnesiac will take Firebat's place in the event.

Also related to Firebat's departure was the release of a video by Amaz, where he and Backspace addressed some issues that Firebat has mentioned about the team in the past. At no point in the video did they actually address his reasons for leaving, instead choosing to focus on the negative aspects of Firebat's time with the team.
 


Personally I felt the video came across as incredibly unprofessional, and did not address the issues of Firebat's contract complaint, or why he left the team. It will be interesting to see if Firebat joins Tempo Storm on a more permanent basis, something that would set up an even bigger rivalry between two of the biggest teams in Hearthstone.

Most of Firebat's comments can be read in our previous article.
1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Don't want to fuel the drama fire, but Firebat had mentioned in his twitch stream after he left that there were things in the contract that were not being upheld. Indicating that he wasn't being paid on time. Previously firebat had moved out of the team house and had mentioned that he wanted his own space. It felt like a frat house to him and said people did not respect his stuff and space. Plus he had a dog, all of which led to Firebat moving out of the house. The team had told him that they will ship his stuff later but Firebat never received this. Keep in mind firebat never brought these issues up on his own (to my knowledge) and responded to questions people were asking and I did not feel he was ever malicious. 

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

That video was very unprofessional - It should have been kept between Archon and Firebat, simply put.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!


Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • Similar Content

    • By L0rinda

      The Americas Region HCT Spring Playoffs will take place over the weekend of 27-28 May 2017.
      The HCT Spring playoffs for the Europe region was completed last weekend, with Hoej, Kolento, Neirea, and Rdu qualifying for the Global Championship next month.
      This weekend is the turn of the Americas region, and the reaction last week is that many players have submitted very greedy control decks in their lists. The players who have submitted the greediest lists will be well placed in the control mirror matches, but those same players will need to dodge the handful of Aggro lineups that are out there.
      To find out if your favourite player has qualified, you can check the standings here. The top 64 and ties made it to the main event, along with 8 Tavern Heroes. The event can be seen on the official Twitch channel from 8am PDT on Day One and 9am PDT on Day Two.
    • By Starym

       
      A new mini-series of funny shorts has started, and we already have 2 episodes out! Mulligans sees an ordinary guy complete the quests that everyday life throws his way with the help of some unusual friends: Uther, Jaina, and Gul’dan. See them battle printer problems and who gets to ride shotgun in the first two episodes:
       
    • By L0rinda

      The Europe Spring Playoffs and Championship took place over the weekend of May 20-21, which decided not only the new Europe Champion, but also the four players who would represent Europe at the Global Spring Championship in Shanghai next month.
      After seven rounds of Swiss, the top eight players cut to a knockout phase. The results of which were as follows:
        Hoej beat   FibEli3
        Neirea beat   INER
        Rdu beat   Casie
        Kolento beat   StanCifka
      This means that Hoej, Neirea, Rdu, and Kolento will represent Europe in the Global Championship. The top eight being so strong is a sign that the metagame is in a healthy place. All of the players were already known to be among the best in Europe, and despite their lineups differing substantially, they were still able to make it through.
      Hoej went on to take the title, beating Kolento 3-0 in the final. Hoej has been touted as one of the best players in Europe for some time, but traditionally has brought Control decks to major events. This time around, he brought a very aggressive lineup, and was rewarded for his willingness to adapt his style to the meta.
      The deck archetypes that each player brought to the event are listed below:
      Hoej: Aggro Druid, Secret Mage, Murloc Paladin, Pirate Warrior
      Kolento: Jade Druid, Midrange Paladin, Quest Rogue, Quest Warrior
      Neirea: Jade Druid, Discover Mage, Quest Rogue, Quest Warrior
      Rdu: Aggro Druid, Face Hunter, Aggro Shaman, Pirate Warrior
      The next four players to qualify for the Global Championship will be decided next week, with the Americas Spring Championships.
    • By L0rinda

      The Hearthstone Championship Tour (HCT) European Spring Playoffs will take place this weekend, 20-21 May 2017.
      This will be the first playoff event since Journey to Un'Goro was released, and so if anyone has saved any surprise deck tech, this is the event where it will be revealed.
      The top 64 point earners, and ties, from the EU server will be joined by 8 Tavern Hero tournament qualifiers for the event, which will be played in esports bars across Europe. If you want to attend one of the events to cheer on your local favourite, the list of locations can be found here. There will be side events for anyone wishing to attend, with Blizzard prizes available for winners, and the Power Core cardback for all attendees.
      The point standings, showing the top 64, can be found here. As usual the event is stacked with many of the big names from the region. The top four will advance to the HCT Spring Global finals next month.
    • By Starym

       
      Fight Promoter is promoting Hearthstone by giving itself away! Ok, that didn't make sense, but the point is everyone gets a fee card for just logging in this Saturday!
      Blizzard (source)
      Yeah, we can get you a card. Really! Log in to Hearthstone on Saturday, May 20, to get a Fight Promoter card for free!

      No catch, just a free card--so don’t miss out.
      We’ll see you in the tavern!