Nouns owners to determine organization's future through voting

American organization Nouns plans to hold a vote among their NFT holders to determine the fate of their esports rosters for the next nine months, as reported after finding out about the club's intentions for further development.

Nouns entered the professional CS:GO scene last fall after signing the ex-Gaimin Gladiators lineup. The club quickly climbed at the North American scene and almost made it to IEM Rio Major 2022.

The organization intends to stay in esports, but this requires additional funding. To keep the roster up to PGL CS2 Major Copenhagen 2024, the club needs about $795,000. This budget includes support for CS:GO and Dota 2 teams in training camps, bonuses for players, and maintenance of staff.

It is expected that the voting will not cause any disagreement between the owners and they will decide by a majority of votes on the allocation of additional funds for the club's operation.

Nouns' CS:GO roster is currently holding a bootcamp in Mexico, training for the upcoming Paris Major 2023 Americas RMR. According to the announced seeding, in the first round the team will face BESTIA.