Media: "Union of CS: GO Players Might Sue the Flashpoint Organizers"

The French portal VaKaRm.net reported that the CS: GO Players Union (CSPPA) may file a class-action lawsuit against the organizers of the Flashpoint (B Site). This situation might be possible as payments of hundreds of thousands of dollars (revenue share) weren't released to players after two seasons' results. Revenue share is an affiliate program model where the team partners receive a share of the TO's profits from selling broadcasting rights, tickets, sponsorship agreements, etc. The shared model is also used by BLAST and ESL. According to the Louvre agreement, players of ESL partner teams must receive 15% of club income from every profit share. Flashpoint has a guaranteed annual minimum instead of a certain one. It amounted to $475.5 thousand (more than $11 thousand per player) in 2020. American journalist Jacob Wolf shared a report on the league, which told readers about its termination. Source: VaKaRm.net

The French portal VaKaRm.net reported that the CS: GO Players Union (CSPPA) may file a class-action lawsuit against the organizers of the Flashpoint (B Site).

This situation might be possible as payments of hundreds of thousands of dollars (revenue share) weren't released to players after two seasons' results.

Revenue share is an affiliate program model where the team partners receive a share of the TO's profits from selling broadcasting rights, tickets, sponsorship agreements, etc.

The shared model is also used by BLAST and ESL. According to the Louvre agreement, players of ESL partner teams must receive 15% of club income from every profit share.

Flashpoint has a guaranteed annual minimum instead of a certain one. It amounted to $475.5 thousand (more than $11 thousand per player) in 2020.

American journalist Jacob Wolf shared a report on the league, which told readers about its termination.

Source: VaKaRm.net