Switzerland-based esports group TITANS allegedly owes cash to no less than two of its former CS:GO gamers, former ENCE rifler Miikka “suNny” Kemppi and Czech AWPer Tomáš “oskar” Šťastný, 1000’s of greenbacks, in keeping with oskar.
The TITANS venture got here to an result in October after the staff didn’t qualify for IEM Rio Primary’s Europe Regional Primary Score (RMR) event. The group transfer-listed oskar, suNny, Anton “supra” Tšernobai, and trainer Serhii “lmbt” Bezhanov that month.
Now that oskar has joined his outdated staff SINNERS, he’s claiming that he simplest gained one paycheck all through his 9 months with TITANS and that suNny is in a miles worse spot.
“They promised us that they’d pay, however I waited 4 months for the primary wage,” oskar informed Czech website online PLAYzone, in keeping with gadget translation. “After they despatched the cash, they promised extra, however then not anything got here, so I simplest gained one and a part wage for the ones 9 months. SuNny is owed no less than $100,000.”
Oskar informed PLAYzone that he regrets leaving SINNERS to play for TITANS and that he do not have reunited with suNny and lmbt, his outdated teammates from the MOUZ’s days, had he identified the gamers have been having bother getting their cash from TITANS.
“I used to be giggling so much on the pc as it used to be so ridiculous and I believed I used to be actually silly to depart SINNERS as a result of this,” oskar stated.
Dot Esports has reached out to TITANS and suNny for remark in this scenario.
Replace Nov. 23 12:06pm CT: SuNny equipped the next commentary to Dot Esports: “I’ll no longer be commenting at the topic these days till some issues are solved.”