Iceberg Esports accused by CS:GO Player of failing to pay its players

Vignesh Raghuram

1st, Mar, 2018
Rising Canadian Esports organization Iceberg Esports is being accused of not properly paying the players by Tom “tconnors” Connor, one of their CS:GO players, in a Tweet.

tconnors claims that Iceberg Esports has failed to pay each of its CS:GO players 3000+ CAD ($2300+) and has blocked them all on “everything”, attaching a screenshot along with the tweet.

The tweet has since accrued the attention of the CS:GO community with a front page appearance on /r/globaloffensive subreddit.

It should be noted that Iceberg Esports had also recently acquired ‘Animal Planet’, a Dota 2 team consisting of ritsu, bryle, MoonMeander, AUI_2000, and Kitrak.


AFK Gaming has reached out to Iceberg Esports for a statement and are awaiting a possible revert or a public announcement from their end regarding the matter.


Update 1: AUI_2000 confirms that the Dota 2 players have also left the Iceberg organization, implying that they too haven't received their salary either



Update 2: Iceberg Esports has made a ?public announcement from their end




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