CIS teams would discuss transfer policies during the closed meetings
Large esports organizations of the CIS region will meet on February 21 in Moscow to discuss a number of fundamental cooperation issues in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2 disciplines. This was reported by journalist of DBLTAP portal Jarek "DeKay" Lewis with reference to several sources.
According to the insider, the meeting will be attended by representatives of Natus Vincere, Gambit, Virtus.pro, forZe, Winstrike, Team Spirit, Empire, Vega Squadron, Unique, HellRaisers, Nemiga and AVANGAR, while the main topic of the negotiations will be the transfer policy.
At the end of January, Natus Vincere was unable to agree with forZe on the acquisition of Yevgeny "FL1T" Lebedev, as the Russian club refused to sell the player, and the amount of the withdrawals was rumored to be $1.5 million. CEO forZe denied the reliability of the information published by insiders, adding that FL1T itself decided to stay in the team, while CEO Na`Vi reported a positive response from the player in a private conversation.