Choi “BalKhan” Hyun-jin and Im “Patrick” Jin-hyeok, two professional players of League of Legends compete for the club brasileo Redemption eSports Porto Alegre have come to the fore to accuse the club of not paying their salaries since two months ago.
The players ensure that the club continues to ignore all contact attempts that try to have with them and even BalKhan has ensured that it is removed from this moment in the esports since I already lived a situation of non-payments similar to the Galatasaray Esports.
For its part, Redemption ensures that BalKhan no longer part of the team since April 22, pointing to that he went back to South Korea due to the COVID-19 and that his contract was terminated while the club maintains silence about the situation of Patrick.
BalKhan and Patrick signed for Redemption in the past month of December and in their first adventure with the club managed to reach the eighth position in the CBLOL 2020.
By the time the delegation in Brazil Riot has not commented on this polmica.
RDP does not pay.
And I won’t be a professional anymore.
They ignored my contact.
We said we were different from the previous team, but they were the same. I can’t trust anyone anymore and I won’t be a professional gamer anymore.
BalKhan(hyun jin choi) (@gXCzJC7yh4T1RSd) May 14, 2020
Defaults, one of the problems of esports
This is not the first time nor unfortunately the last, in which the defaults are baited with the world of esports (and frequently also with the traditional sports). In the past few years we have seen in esports all kinds of defaults, from organizers of tournaments that do not pay the winners even clubs that do not pay their employees.