G2 CEO suspended from managing the club after partying with scandalous Andrew Tate

G2 CEO Carlos "ocelote" Rodriguez has been suspended from managing the club for eight weeks, the organization announced on social media.

The reason for this decision was the party of G2's head with the scandalous Andrew Tate, who is known for his sexist and misogynistic statements, for which he was previously banned from all major social media. In Tate's company, ocelote celebrated the G2 League of Legends roster's qualification for the world championship in this discipline.

Rodriguez posted a video from the party on his Twitter account, after which he faced criticism from part of the esports community. In response, he wrote that he is the one who decides who to party and be friends with, but later apologized and deleted the video.

G2's press release notes that the suspension decision was made by the club's supervisory board. It is also specified that during the four-week absence, ocelote will not be receiving a salary.

Origin: twitter.com