FinallyRJ

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17th Mar 2019 from TwitLonger

Marss vs Wishes at Collision 2019


As I'm sure you are aware, there was a situation that occurred with Wishes vs Marss at Collision. I wanted to state what happened and what was done.

First off, to avoid any confusion, I was in the venue room when it was happening. I was running losers top 32 when it happened and I didn't hear him call me over due to this, nor was I watching or listening to the crowd while it was happening because I was focused on making sure matches were being reported and called to stay on time.

Wishes and Marss were playing their set and during the set there were multiple instances where a specific player from the crowd would yell out what could have been interpreted as Marss' potential habits for the game and when he would be doing it. The call outs were happening throughout the match to the point where Marss felt that it was necessary to call a TO (specifically me) over to correct the issue.

Because I had a floor cam active from the production team, I reviewed the recorded footage that we had and determined that it wasn't a single instance that happened, but rather, a recurring theme that happened in that last match. Because of this, I called in the rest of staff to deliberate and vote on what to do with the issue at hand. Once this was done, I talked to both players individually, then had BOTH players come together to talk to each other about it as well and it was agreed that both Wishes and Marss would replay the match with Marss at 1 stock, 0% and Wishes at 2 stocks, 130% (The estimated percentage that Wishes was at prior to when Marss got up).

I'm extremely upset that this situation occurred, but I'm also extremely happy I was able to work with both Marss and Wishes to come to a reasonable solution that both parties felt okay with. The player from the crowd that did this was also removed from the event to avoid any further issues.

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