Team Vitality, ENCE Reportedly Dispute Transfer Offers from OG
Team Vitality and ENCE are reportedly unhappy with OG's transfer offers for their benched Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players — Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt and Aleksi "Aleksi" Virolainen respectively.
Per a Dexerto report published Tuesday, OG has offered Team Vitality and ENCE less than half the transfer fees listed in each CS:GO player's contract. Furthermore, OG has reportedly implied both players would see salary reductions should their current teams refuse the transfer fee OG has repeatedly offered.
As a result of these disagreements, negotiations have stalled.
An OG spokesperson denied the content of Dexerto's report in a statement.
"The information presented, and that Dexerto was kind enough to share, is absolutely false and misleading," the spokesperson said.
OG's plans to enter CS:GO were first reported on last week by French site 1pv. That report indicated the team would also pursue Valdemar "valde" Bjørn Vangså, Issa "ISSAA" Murad and Elias "Jamppi" Olkkonen.
NBK- and Aleksib have also been linked as a pair of targets for 100 Thieves' inaugural CS:GO roster, per a Dexerto report.
To date, neither OG nor 100 Thieves has announced a player acquisition.