Allegations of mismanagement once again hit Nexplay Esports, Sunday.
Myca “Yshin.” Pascual, a member of the organization’s women’s Mobile Legends: Bang Bang team, slammed Nexplay Esports for terminating the team without due process. That, along with a series of alleged mistreatment inside the boot camp.
The post also had several screenshots regarding the matter.
According to Pascual’s post, the team joined a total of two tournaments for Nexplay Esports. They won first place in the first tournament, but the management decided to pull out from the second one after learning that the team, who was still on probation and does not have a salary, is looking to find a new organization to play for.
“Dalawang tournament pa lang sinalihan namin at nakahanap ng butas na i-disband kami kasi raw di na raw nag progress yung team,” said Pascual in a lengthy Facebook post. “Eh sa dalawang tournament namin yung isa first place kami at sobrang bago palang namin. Yung isa pa pinacancel nila yung tournament sa Risk dahil disband na raw kami kasi gusto namin lumipat ng ibang team which is ‘di naman natuloy.
“Inayos na pero pinili pa rin disband dahil naghahanap lang sila ng butas para talaga maalis kami at bawas gastos. Unfair lang din sa part namin disband daw yung team pero si ate Cay, ate Goddess, at ate Hera mag stay daw. ‘Di sa inaano ko sila, wala sa kanila ‘to. Ang meaning ko dito ganiyan sila ka k**** sa mga tao, na may special silang tinuturing parang sa MPL boys lang din yan na mas pina-priority nila ng hindi tama dahil kami nag su-suffer,” said the 17-year-old MLBB player.
Besides Yshin, also part of the team are Ayraaa, Cayyy, Hera, Noisy, and Goddess.
Pascual said that the staff even informed them about the termination via call.
Issues such as bad food and unpaid reimbursements were also tackled in the post, but Pascual only demanded two things in the end.
First, she’s asking Nexplay Esports to clear their name over the partying issue that was blurted out by Setsuna “Akosi Dogie” Ignacio during a livestream. According to Dogie, the girls were drinking inside the male boot camp.
“Isa pa, papauwiin niyo kami ng di pa kayo naglalabas ng statement about sa issue dun sa inom thing na yan na i-clear pangalan namin kasi natatakot kayong masira pangalan niyo dahil kapabayaan niyo naman talaga,” said Pascual.
Second, Pascual wants the management to pay for the reimbursements and give them their transportation allowance so that they could come home. According to her, they were sent packing in the middle of the Enhance Community Quarantine.
“Papauwiin niyo kami ng ECQ? Asan na pagiging professional niyo para kaming aso na basta nalang papaalisin tulad ng ginawa niyo kay Sanford? Pinupush namin iclear name namin dahil nababash kami at yun naman talaga totoo,” Pascual bared.
Nexplay Esports was already under fire last week after letting their players drink inside the boot camp.
The organization has yet to release a statement regarding the matter. Tiebreaker Times is trying to reach out to Nexplay Esports as of posting time.