Red Reserve's Trei "Zero" Morris tweeted on Friday that Red Reserves's owner told the players to leave team house in Vegas.
This turbulent week for the embattled Call of Duty team continues as of Trei "ZerO's" twitter post on Friday regarding Red Reserve's owner who pushes them to leave the house they are staying in because they couldn't pay for it.This includes multiple reports on Thursday that Faze Clan might purchase Red Reserve's spot in the CWL Pro League for $50,000. That was amid claims in paying players the prize money they are due.
Zero has removed all mention of Red Reserve from his twitter profile stating "I've stayed professional for around 3 months and will continue to do so, I had to get this one off my chest though," he tweeted early in the Friday morning. "I'm not worried btw, I'm more mindblown, we'll be good, hoping roster stuff is sorted soon. Need a fresh start, too many bad memories here."
Red Reserve's roster moved from the United Kingdom to Las Vegas ahead of the Black Ops season 4 which is contested on Columbus, Ohio. However, a netizen names Rhys "Rated" Price commented on ZerO's tweet on Friday saying that "They haven't been payed us salary in a couple of months now, owes us 40k prize money each." On the other hand, Joe Hayter a Red Reserve's member replied on "Rated's" comment also states that "Staff haven't been paid since December either. It all needs to come out to be honest". Red Reserve ultimately kept the CoD roster through CWL Forth Worth. However, the team earned just $15,000 of the $325,000 prize pool after finishing tied for 5th.
Staff's have been rumbling for deeper issues within the organization. The CoD other team members namedly Benjamin "Bance" Bance, Joe "Joee" Pinnington, Matthew "Skrapz" Marshall still continues to compete in the Pro League despite several staff members and esports team leaving the organization on February. At the meantime, ZerO Rated and the other players were reportedly close to joining Ghost Gaming.
Alan "Bricey" Brice also tweeted on Friday stating that "It really is a disgrace, disgusting behaviour on the part of owners who have mismanaged a situation badly". "There is even more to this btw. Trei is just trying to be professional and trying to sort things out".
Red Reserve is currently tied to 4th place with a 5-6 record in Division A of the Pro League, which will resumes on 13th of May.