Former head of Epsilon Esports did not pay debts to three team members

Several former members of the Epsilon Esports CS: GO roster did not receive part of their money from the former CEO of the organization, Greg Champagne. Cybersportsmen reported this to Dot Esports.

According to the portal, Champagne began paying debts to former Epsilon employees in October 2019. Nine months later, FaZe Clan player Helviis broky Saukants, Team EndPoint member Robin robiin Sjögren and Complexity Gaming coach Jamie keita Hall still have not received part of the funds.

Broky’s agent confirmed that the former head of Epsilon did not transfer the salary to the cyber sportsman for four months, that is, about $ 6 thousand.Saukants represented the club from February to July 2019. Robiin and keita are expecting debt to be cleared from the end of 2018 – they didn’t get paid for a month of performances each.

Sjögren and Hall noted that Epsilon had consistent payout problems. Champagne not only often delayed funds, but also did not answer questions about transfers for a long time. As a result, after leaving the organization, he disappeared and stopped communicating.

Broky’s Epsilon Esports roster was disbanded in July 2019. After that, the organization was represented by the Belgian team for several months – later he moved to the Tenerife Titans. In May 2020, the club introduced a new roster: the team performed only at NumberOne Legend Stage 2, where they took 5-6 places.



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