'CS:GO' pro kicked off team after complaining about players' rights

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As of Friday, professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player Sean Gares no longer has a team.

Following the publication of an open letter signed by 25 North American CS:GO players regarding players’ rights and the Professional Esports Association (PEA) league, Team SoloMid CEO Andy “Reginald” Dinh informed his player Gares that he was going to look for a replacement.

The letter detailed players’ issues with the PEA, namely the league’s lack of transparency with players and its attempt to block its league participants from competing in the similarly structured ESL Pro League. Dinh responded to the letter by contacting Gares, saying Gares should have communicated with him and the two ultimately parting ways. Gares posted the conversations online: Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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