Fennel Adversity analyst James “Hamezz” Santos Hamez recently took to Facebook to make a startling confession about his involvement in a match-fixing scandal.
Hamez implicated himself, along with three players from FLA – Aker, Arisen, and Ryuken – in a carefully orchestrated scheme aimed at securing a lucrative payout by deliberately losing their final match against NGX.
The motive behind this scandal, as Hamez revealed, was the team’s need to secure 6th place in the WRL Asia tournament in order to qualify for prize money.
He claimed that he and the implicated players opted to fix the match against NGX in exchange for a substantial sum of money.
Hamez stated that he promised each player a verbal agreement of receiving over 100,000 pesos, a figure comparable to what they would earn by legitimately finishing in 6th place.
To bolster his claims, Hamez shared screenshots and videos as evidence of the discussions and negotiations that took place regarding the match-fixing scheme.
He also mentioned his own involvement in Fennel Adversity without a formal contract, raising questions about the legality of such arrangements under the rules of WRL Asia.
You can check out a long list of evidence and screenshots to confirm the match-fixing on his personal Facebook page.