Mazer Gaming Feuds With TRON and WINk Over 720,000 TRX Sponsorship Deal

Michael LaVere
  • Professional gaming group Mazer Gaming has accused the Tron Foundation and WINk of failing to pay their sponsorship.
  • WINk issued a response, saying Mazer did not fulfill their contractual obligations. 

The professional gaming organization Mazer Gaming has accused the TRON Foundation and WINk of failing to pay contractual sponsorship obligations. 

According to an official Medium post , Mazer Gaming claims that the TRONFoundation and WINk have failed to fulfill their contractual obligations. 

In August, Mazer Gaming signed a one-year sponsorship contract with the TRON Foundation and WINk, which included placing the WINk logo on their jerseys and adding the organizations to social media posts. In return, Mazer Gaming was supposed to receive a payout of 60,000 TRX on the first of each month, totaling 720,000 TRX over the course of the sponsorship.

However, the Mazer posts claim the TRON Foundation stalled in making the September payout, even after the gaming group made official jerseys featuring the WINk and TRON logo. Despite multiple attempts at contact, which are recorded in a series of email and text screencaps, the Mazer Gaming organization has yet to receive their expected payouts, 

The post continues, 

What we are really disappointed about is that this is not a lot of money to them. It really isn’t. 60k TRX a month is a pittance compared to how much money they have and make daily.

WINk responded to Mazer Gaming with an open letter published to Medium on Dec. 25, claiming the gaming organization had not fulfilled their contractual obligations related to the jersey logos and that both parties had mutually agreed to end the sponsorship.

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