The biggest soap opera of this transfer window has come to an end. Ceos made his decision and is no longer part of the LOUD for the next CBLOL season and already has a defined destination.

O More Esports found that, after informing that the player was forwarded and inclined to be a reinforcement for Kabum, the decision was made. Ceos will make his second spell at Ninjas, the team where he won his first title in the competition.

The four-time champion support will team up with Neptune, who also forwarded his arrival to the Ninjas in recent days.

The controversy between LOUD and Kabum

It all started from an interview with one of the organization’s founders, Jean Ortega, who mocked the situation of LOUD’s transfer window with a “of2x”. After a long time, the community began to understand everything that was going on and linked phrases with Tata Wu, architect and producer of the projects for several gaming houses.

Understand the entire situation between LOUD, Kabum, Ceos and Tata Wu.

Tata Wu, accused of grooming, with the Brazilian trio from LOUD in the final of the CBLOL 2023 2nd Split.

LOUD reported Kabum for Poaching to Riot Games

Everything was still a little confusing for the community, until the GE Esports website published an investigation showing that the LOUD made a formal complaint against KaBuMaccusing the organization of Poaching through architect Tata Wu.

The complaint was also investigated by Mais Esports. In the last monthly meeting of the CBLOL teams with Riot, discussions would have become heated over the issue. The developer is now investigating the case and is expected to make a decision in the coming weeks.

What does Kabum say?

Sought by the report, KaBuM! Esports says it does not comment on market speculation regarding CBLOL transfers

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Luis Santana
published in November 22, 2023edited 2 days ago


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