ATLANTA, GA - NOVEMBER 17: DreamHack Atlanta 2018 attendees compete against each other during a tournament at the Georgia World Congress Center on November 17, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Chris Thelen/Getty Images)

FURIA is under fire in the CS:GO community regarding the contracts they had their players signed to. DeKay, a former player, gave some details on his previous contract which include a $1,400 per month salary, a 40/60 tournament split, and a $200,000 buyout. Esports lawyer and friend of the show, Ryan Fairchild, was quoted as saying “The prize pool split is among the worst, if not the worst I’ve ever seen.” In a Twitlonger post, FURIA responded by saying the terms are not in line with their older contracts nor the new ones players signed to recently.

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Source: Dot Esports
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