Noble Esports disables Twitter account after members reported non-payment

Noble Esports deactivated its Twitter account on February 7 after multiple members made accusations against the esports organization. Former Partner Director Dan “Dizbog” Goodman, the directors, social media creators and members of the media team all announced their resignations after claiming that Noble Esports had not paid them.

Noble Esports accused of not paying its employees

Prior to deactivating its official Twitter account, the social media team revealed that its members would not work with the organization until all payments were made according to its contract. surname. Noble content creator and director Alice “Alice” Chen released a statement asserting that Noble employees have yet to be paid. She alleged that Noble’s owner Kyle McDougal failed to communicate with employees and that sentiment was shared by many of its members.

Dizbog, Noble Partnerships Manager said on Twitter, “You have players, staff, and we even managed to get “T-Pain” to represent us in some of the most horribly broadcast “Nobility” tournaments… unpaid. ” Other content creators and members of the organization also spoke out against the organization and demanded that people working at the company be paid.

Noble Esports opposes the allegations

Earlier today, the Noble Esports Twitter account was back online and it included a statement from Kyle McDougal. The owner affirms that no payment has been missed or delayed in the past two years. However, the payments were made via PayPal and it resulted in a lot of unnecessary fees charged on the platform.

Noble is said to have tried to move everything to bank payments but it has encountered problems. McDougal has promised to clear all pending payments with the owner stating, “I don’t think about having to deal with anyone’s hard-earned salary and I hope people can believe me on that.”

Regardless of the reason behind the non-payment, Noble Esports mishandled the situation and the payments were not made on time to the employees. Many members have left the organization, and McDougal’s response may not have been enough to bring them back into the organization.

This is not the first time Noble Esports has been called out for non-payment. Its Indian division is mismanagement with the players not receiving their wages for months. The management and compensation of players was poorly handled and it left a bad taste for everyone who joined the organization. Noble Esports disables Twitter account after members reported non-payment

Caroline Bleakley

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