However, Spenst claims that "it was all just different from what TaKe said" and he was removed for failing to play in a match. The situation reportedly arose when Spenst was told he was not needed for the game, made plans and then returned to find he was infact needed.
"I just answered him, that I had already decided to spend my evening with my friends at the club. His reaction was threatening to kick me out of the team. I just accepted his threat," said the young German.
At the moment there is no way of proving which version of events actually happened as Spenst refuses to release logs which he claims will back him up.
I've spent the last... 6 years or so working in and around esports and generally got no where. A lot of my work has been journalism, but I have dabbled into the management side of things here and there.
I am looking for work within esports, but not voluntarily, I really need to get some genuine work or esports will have to be dropped from my life.
- SK Gaming (General eSports Writer)
- GameRiot (European Counter-Strike Writer)
- Amped Esports (European Counter-Strike Writer)
- Meet Your Makers (Counter-Strike Editorial Supervisor)
- Team AMD Gamer
Non since about six years ago, I'm pretty dire at all games but never mind!
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