Rensga eSports, one of many groups within the Brazilian Championship of League of Legends (CBLOL), will change 4 gamers in its lineup resulting from monetary struggles involving its principal sponsorship, the crypto market BitPreço, in response to a report by the Brazilian outlet MGG Brasil.
Sources advised MGG Brasil that mid laner Bruno “Goku” Miyaguchi and jungler Gustavo “Minerva” Queiroz have left Rensga and won’t play in any additional CBLOL matches for them, whereas the South Korean duo of prime laner Shin “Lure” Seung-min and assist Kim “Mocha” Tae-gyeom will stay for a bit longer and play their final matches for the group.
Rensga will reportedly maintain the Brazilian bot laner Yudi “NinjaKiwi” Miyashiro and fill the remainder of the staff with gamers from its academy roster, in response to MGG Brasil. The group doesn’t have plans to rent any gamers for the principle staff, however solely to search out replacements for the academy squad.
The crypto market has been exponentially falling over the course of the previous few weeks and the value of Bitcoin alone has dropped more than 60 percent in recent months, which may have affected one of many sponsors of Rensga, BitPreço.
After MGG Brasil revealed its report, Rensga launched an official assertion to the press. The Brazilian group didn’t point out BitPreço or the reported monetary struggles, solely saying that it’s restructuring the staff.
“The transfer is a part of a restructuring by the corporate that manages the staff that includes the arrival of latest traders and the event of initiatives on fronts not but explored by the group,” Rensga stated. “Rensga is a powerful model and, regardless of its younger age, it positions itself with credibility in a market that, along with permitting a number of potentialities for innovation and new enterprise, is present process fast improvement.”
Rensga are on the backside of the standings within the second cut up of the CBLOL subsequent to INTZ with a 1-5 report.