Qojqva, Cr1t- and Gorgc React To Latter’s Public Spat with Fishman


Qojqva, Cr1t- and Gorgc React To Latter’s Public Spat with Fishman

Ammar Aryani
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Fishman and Gorgc recently exchanged harsh words with each other in a public match, with Gorgc going too far by insulting Fishman’s family.
Qojqva & Cr1t gave their own perspective regarding the drama, saying that both players are in the wrong.
Gorgc admitted that the situation could have been avoided, however he defended his actions during the game by saying that it was justified.

Following the recent public spat between Entity’s Dzmitry "Fishman" Palishchuk & popular Dota 2 livestream Janne "Gorgc" Stefanovski, multiple Dota 2 personalities including the likes of Shopify Rebellion’s Andreas "Cr1t-" Nielsen & Team Liquid’s livestreamer, Max "qojqva" Bröcker have reacted to the situation in their respective livestreams.

It was recently revealed that Fishman and Gorgc had a heated argument during a public match on Gorgc’s stream, however many within the community believed that Gorgc went too far with his insults when he mentioned Fishman’s family.

Cr1t & Qojqva agrees Gorgc went too far; Gorgc defends his own actions

In his recent livestream, former Team Liquid midlaner and current livestreamer Max "qojqva" Bröcker reacted to the recent public spat between Entity’s Dzmitry "Fishman" Palishchuk & popular Dota 2 livestream Janne "Gorgc" Stefanovski. While he was dumbfounded at first, he also pointed out that Gorgc went a bit too far with his insults towards Fishman.

Shopify Rebellion’s Andreas "Cr1t-" Nielsen also reacted to the drama, however he went into more depth about the situation. He started off by saying that both players were in the wrong regarding what had happened, however he also said that the situation reflected more badly upon Gorgc as the Swedish livestreamer had little to no achievements in competitive Dota 2 compared to Fishman.

“They’re both just bad [in regards to what happened]. There’s just no point in arguing about it in the game. I think that’s why it reflects badly on Gorgc to be honest, as he made it sound like he knows better than him but in reality it's not really close in terms of game understanding. Like, you always watched a lot of Dota 2 streamers.However, your favorite streamers are not as good as competitive Dota 2 players and they don’t have anywhere near the same understanding about the game.”

Gorgc also reacted to his heated argument with Fishman when browsing about the topic on the Dota 2 subreddit. He started off by defending his actions by saying that Fishman could have avoided the issue to begin with if he replied normally.

“That's the entire point of the thing guys, I don't think people understand it. Like if I ask somebody, especially somebody I played with before, like I know Fishman and I asked him “Yo, why do you leave for top lane?” I wasn't even asking angrily, I was just genuinely wondering what you are accomplishing at the top that you can’t do here. Like, what did I do wrong? And then he just responded by saying “STFU, you’re garbage.” Like that is so dehumanizing.”

He then admitted that he felt bad for insulting Fishman’s family during the game, however he also said that both himself & Fishman are to blame for the drama in the first place.

“We’re both wrong for calling each other dogs, especially me since the incident led me to calling his mother a dog. However, I also think he’s extremely wrong for starting it like that in the first place. Like that is not cool, man.”

Neither Entity nor Fishman has commented on the matter.

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Ammar has been actively engaged in the esports industry in Malaysia in multiple roles in the past. Now, he utilizes his esports expertise to create insightful and meaningful content as the de facto Dota 2 writer at AFK Gaming.

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