spartan slams eUnited’s “ridiculous” response to benching from the Halo roster

Professional Halo player Tyler “spartan” Ganza called eUnited’s response “ridiculous” after they responded to his explanation of why he had retired from the org’s Halo roster.

On May 13, Spartan a tediously longer He explained that he was benched from eUnited’s Halo roster. Ganza said he will “not be forced to continue playing with a team in a downward spiral”.

“I will be watching from the sidelines for the foreseeable future until my contract expires, which is seven days after Worlds in October,” Spartan wrote. “This means I cannot compete in any of the online pro series, HCS NA Super, Orlando or Worlds.”

eUnited responds to Spartan’s Twitlonger

In response, eUnited released its own statement on May 14, claiming that Spartan had “decided to bench early before final decisions were made.”

They also claimed that Spartan had no formal buyout offers from other orgs. After her message was posted, Ganza responded, calling the message “ridiculous.”

“It’s difficult for other organizations to make an offer when you tell their managers: ‘Our player is not for sale, is not tradable and will not play under anyone other than EU this year.'” Ganza tweeted after the reply by eUnited.

“My ‘demands’ were that I didn’t work with Ryan.” He continued. “Either we get someone to replace him or I want to go. We couldn’t get anyone I wanted because no orgs would let their players come. But yeah, let’s flip the script on me.”

After the back-and-forth of the past few days, it’s obvious that no love has been lost between the two sides, but how this entire situation will play out and whether or not Spartan will roughly spend the next six months on the bench remains to be seen. spartan slams eUnited’s “ridiculous” response to benching from the Halo roster

Emma Bowman

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