The fallout from the Vancouver Titans is probably one of the spiciest, if not the spiciest, events to date in the Overwatch League for 2020. Perhaps a bold statement as the riots in Hong Kong continue, which should have caused some concern about the matches that were to occur in China, COVID-19 canceling everything only so that OWL is reborn in an online format only, then reborn again in monthly tournaments which must all start again tomorrow under the guise of the summer confrontation.
Yet the bizarre sight that watched the Vancouver Titans seem to implode on social media with barely a whisper from members or associate agencies who talk about it, puzzled many. Overwatch League: Fissure Goes Public With Vancouver Titans Fallout After Refusing To Sign NES
The story of what actually happened is seemingly brittle today, as former Vancouver Titan Chan-Hyung ‘Fissure’ Baek finally spoke, giving his version of the story as we read it. know. The statements that Fissure made on the stream are also pretty wild; the depth of them has many Overwatch League agencies watching closely what happened because it appears to be illegal.
You can watch the stream, which is entirely in Korean and Hangul, here.
First of all, these are allegations by former player Fissure regarding what happened with regard to spinoffs from the Vancouver Titans, and he has the apparent freedom to do so because he chose not to sign from NDA, where Fissure said other players did it for a few thousand dollars.