PUBG Mobile Club Open India Fall Split 2020’s second runner up Stalwart Esports, recently signed on Free Fire content creator Jonty Gaming. Just a week after the announcement, Stalwart Esports uploaded an Instagram story claiming that Jonty Gaming is in breach of his contract with them and joined Critical X.
Stalwart Esports Accuse Critical X Of Defending Jonty Gaming
In an Insta story, the New Delhi based organisation also mentioned that Critical X was ‘defending the above mentioned player. Hence supporting him illegally.’ The organisation has currently put their content creation program on hold as a result and intends to go legal with this. Stalwart Esports is expected to put out an official statement about what the next course of action is. AFK Gaming has reached out to Critical X and Stalwart Esports for a comment on the same.
Jonty Gaming, in the meantime, hasn’t responded to the claims. He uploaded a video on Instagram indicating that he is joining Stalwart Esports a week ago. His Instagram bio still lists him as a ‘Content creator for @stalwartesports’, however, his tag is ‘CRX_TG JONTY’. The creator seems to be sending mixed signals as he uploaded a vlog two weeks ago called, ‘#VLOG 1 - MEET UP WITH CRX-FAMILY - GAMING HOUSE - MASSTI BHOT SARI - #JONTYGAMING - GARENA FREEFIRE,’ which featured CRX-Taneja and CRX-Pahadi.
In the video, he talked about moving into the CRX Gaming house and captaining their Free Fire squad. His latest vlog uploaded a week ago, also features CRX players like Pahadi.
CRX Taneja had put out an Instagram post where Jonty can be seen among the other CRX players on their way to a gaming cafe.
Ajay Saini, a.k.a. Jonty Gaming is a Free Fire YouTuber who uploads a number of ‘How to’ guides for the game. His channel has amassed over 1.79 Million subscribers and boasts over 79 Million views.
About Stalwart Esports
Established in January 2020, Stalwart esports trains young esports athletes from India. According to their website, they currently have a lineup for PUBG mobile with 5 players, a Free Fire team with 4 players and introduced their second PUBG lineup in March. They also picked up a Call of Duty: Mobile team with 5 players in April.