G2 Esports' content creator, who happens to be one of the voices of the VALORANT Champions Tour in Europe, has openly spoken up about the organization's recent actions.
In a recent video posted by G2 CEO Carlos Ocelote Rodriguez Santiago, Jakub Lothar Szygulski, an analyst and commentator for the VCTs EMEA scene, Ocelote is seen celebrating with influencer Andrew Tate, who has been the subject of several misogynistic remarks.
I'm so ecstatic with this whole state scenario. I've been very vocal about my opposition to everything this huge worm represents. Fuck this guy, he shouldn't have any platform.
No reply from me, my tweet says everything, and Lothar responded in a request for comment from Dot Esports.
Tate has been banned from numerous social networks, including Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, for his views towards a mostly-young audience, and has often been chastised for his remarks against women and his alleged treatment of them. Nevertheless, Ocelote retold himself that nobody would ever be able to track my friendships.
Lothar is one of the few current G2 employees to mention the video. Lothar was formerly a professional Hearthstone player before finding his footing in the Fortnite scene, before venturing into VALORANT, where he has since been a caster and analyst.
Notably, G2 Esports announced today that they have created an all-female League of Legends team known as G2 HEL, adding another all-female roster to the organization. Many of the players on this roster said they are eager to inspire other women to take part in esports at the moment.