ESL has not identified an ownership conflict between SK Gaming, and Não Tem Como, which means both teams won't have a problem attending ESL One Beo Horizonte, according to HLTV.
When it was reported that SK Gaming signed Não Tem Como, it was believed that there would be a conflict of interest problem for the organization at ESL One Belo Horizonte, as both teams had been invited to the event, and Valve had just released new rulings on conflicts of interest.
ESL: No ownership conflict between SK/NTC for Belo Horizonte event - https://t.co/AxioHEVPsV— HLTV.org (@HLTVorg) May 15, 2018
ESL One Belo Horizonte is coming just weeks before Não Tem Como is expected to replace the SK Gaming roster, which is likely to be signed by Immortals.
"Both teams will be allowed to play as no organization has a controlling interest in more than one team during the competition in Belo Horizonte," said ESL's Jonas "bsl" Alsaker Vikan.
If this is the case, then it's possible that Não Tem Como's players haven't signed contracts with SK Gaming yet, or the current SK Gaming roster will be terminated soon, which would let the NTC roster represent the German organization in ESL One Belo Horizonte.
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