‘It’s a private difficulty’: Sadokist breaks silence over IEM Rio Major controversy

Matthew “Sadokist” Trivett hasn’t given any updates concerning his removing from IEM CS:GO Rio Major—till now.

The common caster answered one of many followers on Twitter concerning the controversial state of affairs, which reportedly concerned a heated argument and a damaged TV. “It’s a private issue, hence ESL and I agreed to keep it that way on our end,” he stated.

The Canadian defined how there’s “nothing to be sorry about” since he’s pleased to “move on.”

Sadokist was faraway from the IEM Rio Major broadcast on Nov. 5. According to experiences, he was concerned in an altercation beneath the affect.

New experiences have since come to gentle, claiming Sadokist’s incident allegedly happened within the gamers, crew, and expertise’s motels. He was reportedly concerned in a heated argument with Gaules and FURIA’s content material workforce, resulting in the police getting concerned.

ESL confirmed no gamers had been concerned within the incident. As a end result, Anders Blume stepped in for Sadokist on the casting desk, alongside James “Moses” O’Toole.

This isn’t the primary time Sadokist has been concerned in a controversy. In 2018, he was streaming beneath the affect to rejoice his birthday and was caught utilizing racial slurs.

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