anger may finally be getting paid for sporting the Denial jersey in the past
Denial, the infamous esports organization from yesteryear, have returned under a new CEO. Now run in party by the man behind MoneyMatches, Zachary "ZachtehCEO" Smith, Denial will be looking to once again compete in a multitude of esports titles, beginning with Halo according to a tweet by ZachtehCEO.
At least 15 separate individuals approached ESG Law and Morrison Lee Law with "complaints of mistreatment or late payment or non-payments" over the past year, with the two law firms combining efforts in an attempt to recuperate some of the lost expenses from travel fees, unpaid expenses, and housing costs from Denial's former CEO Robby Ringnalda.
Although those attempts proved unsuccessful, ZachtehCEO has already begun to repay some of the owed players as he looks to restore Denial's name in the community. Kyle "flowsicK" Mendez has already received a partial payment according to a tweet, while Todd "anger" Williams tweeted out that Denial's new CEO was "currently working with [him] on getting [him] paid what (he) was owed by Denial."