The partnership manager of the eSports organization Noble went public today with a letter announcing his departure from the company. He thanks the staff and content creators for their time together in this letter. But in the end, he comes forward with a shocking revelation.
Dan “Dizbog” Goodman has revealed a series of frictions with Noble owner Kyle McDougal. According to Goodman, McDougal often spoke inappropriately to members and staff of the team. There were also accusations of non-payment of players, staff, designers, and even the singer T-Pain who attended one of the company’s events.
A Noble Farewell. pic.twitter.com/EshK2lfceT
— Danny (@Dizbog) February 7, 2022
Esports news reporter Jake Sucky said that T-Pain is owed upwards of $40,000 from NobleGG for help promoting a tournament.
I have been told that legendary artist and Twitch streamer T-Pain is owed upwards of $40,000 from NobleGG for help promoting their Nobility tournament…
— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) February 8, 2022
After the letter came out, a tweet was made from Noble’s official account saying that their social media team would not work until everyone was paid. The tweet was deleted sometime later.
AYO? LMAO pic.twitter.com/OGCn81SNgd
— Chase (@ChaseOwO) February 7, 2022
A few hours later, Noble’s official Twitter page was deactivated:
Noble’s owner Kyle McDougal has not responded publicly to the accusations as of the time of this writing.
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