Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / Coverage / Instagram / Discord
Michael “ninjaboogie” Ross, a professional DOTA 2 player, who was recently fired from his team called Team SMG, has accused on his Twitter account that he was the victim of a wrongful termination, claiming that his club terminated his contract because he could go down his performance, having his mother with stage IV cancer.
You can read: DOTA 2 professional writes the Z in a tournament and is eliminated from the tournament along with his team, and expelled from his organization
According to counted In his profile on the social network, the player knew that the death of his mother was something imminent, being attentive to it for a while due to his diagnosis, which ended up happening recently, since he passed away this Monday.
In the post, the player says: “Kicked out because my mom was in her last days and they assumed it would affect my performance. Imagine that you are fired from a job because you are about to lose a loved one.”
He further explained that he was supposed to fly back and join the team on the 14th, but his mother had a stroke on the night of the 12th and was admitted. “I asked if I could move my flight since bootcamp starts on the 20th. Midone called me on the 14th asking for my decision,” she said.
Team SMG, short for “Still Moving Under Gunfire”, which is one of the top organizations in Asia according to their website, also public a tweet, saying goodbye to the player but without mentioning his claims.
According to the Newsweek portal, they contacted Ross and Team SMG to have some response on the subject, but neither has made any more public statements.
COMPETITION for 100 thousand pesos to spend on video games with Ruetir.com and DALE Card! Here is all the information. (IT’S FREE)
fbq('init', '1178021828893715'); fbq('track', 'PageView');