Most Wanted: Future in Question
Is Most Wanted's future in question?
Most Wanted is a professional eSports organization that was formed on Aug. 7, 2014 with five owners named on the contract. However, only four of those owners actually signed the contract. which left 20 percent of the company in limbo.Below are the percentage of ownerships held responsible to each owner:
- Luke “Felon” Jonason - 25 percent
- Keith “Boss” Clark - 25 percent
- Christopher “Blevdog” Blevins - 20 percent
- Gray Gaming LLC - 10 percent
- Unsigned Equity - 20 percent
Since then, Blevdog has questioned if Felon legally gained that extra equity. The answer to this is easy, Boss signed documentation stating he was aware that he was signing away his equity to Felon for less than what it was worth. Still not enough? He then went on to sign a proxy giving Felon rights to speak and make decisions on his behalf for anything needed within the organization.I, Michael “Creeper” Vickroy - eSportsNation’s Chief Operations Officer, also reached out to Boss. He confirmed that he was told by Blevdog that “you are out.” At that point Boss, went forward and sold all of his rights to the organization over to Felon.In The Daily Dot interview, Blev also brought up that they will be playing under the JusTus organization until the situation is resolved, and that Felon owes $4,000 for MLG Columbus and UMG Orlando.For both their stories, you can check out the interviews The Daily Dot did with them:Blevdog - http://bit.ly/1BWlWkV
Felon - http://bit.ly/1uJN7cpIn closing this out, we will end it with two questions:
- How can a professional eSports organization be sold and merged by only Christopher Blevins and Gray Gaming LLC, which is 35 percent of the organization’s approval?
- How does an owner of an organization owe money for the expenses of another organization in which he is not apart of?