SG Esports called out South American tournament organizers 4D Esports for delaying the payment of prize money for the third round of the league.
While the off-season has been quiet following the conclusion of the roster transfer period, the season continues to deliver shocking news as former South American (SA) organization SG Esports has reported SA Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) tournament organizers as non-competitive to 4D Esports. called for. – Payment of dues. SG Esports was previously known as a South American powerhouse, as it became the first South American team to make an appearance in a major tournament. However, following its disappointing 2021/2022 DPC campaign in the SA region the organization has announced it has ceased all operations for a second time, the first time back in late 2019.If you need more information about SG Esports Calls Out 4D Esports and Asks Valve to Help Pay Outstanding Dues then read carefully.
During the off-season, SG Esports announced on Twitter that it would cease all operations in the eSports industry as a result of a disappointing DPC campaign in the South American region. However, two weeks ago SG Esports called out South American tournament organizers 4D Esports for delaying the payment of prize money for the third round of the league.
In response to the allegations, 4D Esports apologized to the participants on Twitter for the circumstances and promised to pay all teams by 9 December. The organizers were unable to deliver on their promises on time, forcing SG Esports to once again summon the tournament organizers for failure to pay dues. This time however, SG Esports called out Dota 2 publisher Valve for its carelessness and lack of communication regarding the issue.
SG Esports stated that its current financial situation has become “dire”, as the organization had to borrow money from a local bank to pay for its players and the organization’s bills as it sued Valve for the failure of 4D Esports’ due payments. holds responsible.While this has not been a common occurrence in the Dota competitive scene since Valve became more involved with the scene through the Majors, there have been instances where tournament organizers failed to pay players.The most recent case is GESC (Global Electronic Sports Championship), who were sued by Valve in 2019 for failure to pay players and talent $750k in wages and prize money.