ESL officials are under intense scrutiny after one accused of threw up on players' belongings

ESL officials are under intense scrutiny after one accused of threw up on players' belongings ...

A handful of pro Brawl Stars players who attended the Mid Season Invitational in Jonkoping, Sweden, have wowed their hearts with the organizer ESL after claiming that two of the company''s administrators forced an intoxicated co-worker into their early morning airport shuttle with them, where he allegedly dined all over the backseat and on one of the players'' travel bags.

According to Matthew OG Arellano, he and other members of STMN were waiting for their shuttle to the airport in the early hours of June 21, but the shuttle arrived half an hour late and with three people already inside. After roughly 20 minutes of disagreement, the players ventured into the van and took off toward the airport.

NICE STAFF @ESLBrawlStars YOU PICK US UP 45 MINUTES LATE WITH A PISS DRUNK EMPLOYEE, TRY KICKING US OUT OF OUR OWN SHUTTLE? HE THEN WAS INSULTING US AND STOPPING OUR CAR FOR 30 MINUTES. pic.twitter.com/vIB3JIlgMG

The players claim that the admin was very drunk, reeking of booze and slurring his words. After 45 minutes, he apparently started projectile vomiting everywhere, narrowly missing the players themselves, covering the backseat area, and getting some on one of his players bags, which eventually stomped them back onto their belongings. After pulling him out, the players decided to take him out of the van and left him on the side of the highway.

These fucking admins attempt and kick me off MY SHUTTLE to the airport that is 30 minutes late so I can miss my fucking flight for their piss drunk admin friend to get an early ride and then he throws up all over the car wtf is this fix your shit @ESLMobile

After arriving at the airport 50 minutes before an international flight, the group claimed to have contacted one of the other admins who had left his drunk friend on the van, causing a heated debate at the terminal. The players allege that the admin advised them to try and get him fired, and also heard phone conversations about them calling ESL to claim that the players were lying.

After the incident, OG and its employees presented the entire journey in a Google Doc, which the official ESL Twitter account responded to, declaring that it is taking all of this into account and reaching out to its human resources department. Besides, the players have expressed displeasure with the initial response from other administrators in Discord, one of whom said the behavior of a staff member was something we are not in touch with.

Thank you for taking an edge in this and the detailed summary in this way. Taking all of this into account in our next steps via HR, keeping in close contact with you and the other stakeholders.

ESL also said to OG and others who were affected by their official Brawl Stars account, saying that what happened was evidently irresponsibility and that it is investigating right now to take action.