In your first post, you stated that you "take full responsibility for the events", that you "fully regret the ending of our sponsorship", and "deeply apologize for any bad publicity these players and i may have brought upon his brand". This is a pretty weak slice of the pie you are apologizing for, the publicity to my brand. Not the money of mine you've wasted, the disrespect these actions made me feel, or any of the other aspects of this incident.
In your second post you said "i need to put my foot down when those on my team display actions that are unprofessional and unbecoming of those under the banner of an organization", but there wasn't any further attempts at an apology.
If you're done apologizing before the start of your third post, that's pretty disappointing because I feel your first attempts were as weak as your roamer bombs.
Your fifth point above directed to me is irrelevant and again shows how you've missed the point. Take ownership of your actions and the results of your actions. Yes you were afflicted by something out of your control, but because you didn't have a backup plan ready, something out of your control affected your ability to promptly field siX. Where was the regular starter? Why wasn't there already a paid back-up on deck?
Sure you can't control the item server, but there things you could control to prevent the team even having the ability to FFL you, and now SafriX points to that as some sort of eXcuse for toXic behavior?
The ESEA server being messed up earned you guys a deserved reschedule, and how did you guys use that opportunity? You could have just beat them in game and move on. Instead ehk0 drop's shock humor. How did the two of you react when confronted with the joke falling flat? Refuse to take responsibility for missing the mark and dole out immediate consequences for a mistake.