The top laner for DetonatioN FocusMe verbally abuses the coach and leaves the LoL team house

Additionally, he is unsure of the reaction he will get when he goes back to the gaming den. The 20-year-old further asserted that he reported the abuse to upper management.

The top laner for DetonatioN FocusMe verbally abuses the coach and leaves the LoL team house, Credit: DetonatioN FocusMe (Twitter)
By Shubham Dalal | Jul 8, 2023 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

One of the most well-known League of Legends teams in Japan is DetonatioN FocusMe, but the group has recently come under fire after one of their young players ran away from the team house.

Rough translations on the League subreddit and by Twitter user The JesportHub claim that starting top laner Haruki “tol2” Shibata revealed on social media today that he was compelled to leave DFM’s gaming house because he “felt [his] life was in danger” after allegedly being threatened by head coach Kazuta “Kazu” Suzuki. If you need more information about The top laner for DetonatioN FocusMe verbally abusing the coach and leaving the LoL team house, then read carefully, and don’t forget to share with your friends.

The top laner for DetonatioN FocusMe verbally abuses the coach and leaves the LoL team house:

Since the 2023 Spring Split, Tol2 alleged that Kazu and the team’s former mid-laner-turned-coach Kyohei “Ceros” Yoshida have verbally abused him. Additionally, he is unsure of the reaction he will get when he goes back to the gaming den. The 20-year-old further asserted that he reported the abuse to upper management.

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  • Summary of tol2’s recent tweets :
  • tol2 was threatened by Kazu, and ran away from the gaming house, in fear for his life
  • He was diagnosed with adjustment disorder after Spring, but still only got harassed (the only exceptions he mentioned were Yutapon and Milan helping him) (1/3)

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However, Nobuyuki Umezaki, CEO of DFM, responded by fining him and threatening to oust him from the lineup if the information reached the public. The 2023 Mid-Season Invitational’s early exit for DFM caused Tol2 to claim that he had a breakdown in London. The substitute marksman Ryo “Milan” Nakamoto, in the young prospect’s opinion, was the only one who was able to calm him down.

Ultimately, despite the team’s perfect record in the 2023 LJL Summer Split, he has been dealing with extreme situations that have put an excessive amount of strain on his mental health. Since his last post at around 7:30 am CT, tol2 hasn’t provided another update and DFM hasn’t released a formal statement. DFM has been contacted by Dot Esports for a response.

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