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After nearly 30 years as the director of Spillerforeningen switched Mads Øland orbit around the new year and have been director of the global Counter-Strike-spillerforening, CSPPA.
Here a half a year later Øland over for his first møgsag.
Counter-Strike tournament Flashpoint draws namely 165.000 dollars, equivalent to 1.1 million dollars, back, after the tournament, among other things, to understand the suspicion of 'competing interests' and 'lack of response' in the CSPPA.
It appears in documents, as Counter-Strike-medium DBLTAP is in possession of.
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The official announcement from the CSPPA sounds, to Flashpoints accusations are nothing. Photo: Lars Poulsen
Mads Øland, is not mentioned by name in the letter, Flashpoint has sent to the CSPPA, but brevets fourth point play on the lack of transparency in the organization's kerneledelse, where Oland is the director.
Specifically, think Flashpoint to know that people in the leadership have acted an agent for some players in the league, why it undermines the idea that all players in the league will be represented equally by spillerforeningen.
Supposedly was the players on the Other team, advised by people in the leadership to argue for higher wages, since they switched to FunPlus crew.
It got FunPlus in trouble, when they had to look elsewhere for players at the eleventh hour. Also was used the management of information, transactions not reported on, to advise.
As the Flashpoint has not been able to get elaborated the case of the CSPPA, and this has led to the withdrawn million.
'We must have confirmed that this is a valid, sensible insurance policy, and not a random police put together to satisfy your own contracts, without a thought on the players' future,' says among other things in the letter.
In postings on Twitter confirms the CSPPA, that Flashpoint has not paid the agreed sum of money, but that it happens on a misinformed basis.
Also rejects the to have acted agents for certain players, but instead advised the players, as they would do for any other members of the CSPPA in a difficult situation.
'Particularly in the eSport scene, where there does not submit templates for contracts as in traditional sports, this is important,' says the among other things, in a lookup.
'I can further confirm that the groundless accusations from the Flashpoint against the CSPPA is totally unrelated and in no wise exempt the Flashpoint from their obligation to pay,' writes Martin Dahl Pedersen, who is a lawyer for the association, among other things.
In the answer emphasized that Flashpoint has availed themselves of their license, why the need to fork out.
Mads Øland had no additional comments to the CSPPA's lookup, en Ekstra Bladet on Friday, turned to the director.
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