SBTC Esports Management Pays Out 200 Million in Charity Money: A Resolution to Controversy

After controversial statements, SBTC Esports management finally paid out 200 million in charity money

Charity has become a sensitive topic lately, especially with numerous incidents of artists requesting funds for noble causes without being transparent about how the money is disbursed. Many prominent figures in the entertainment industry have faced backlash as netizens uncover loopholes in their handling of massive amounts of donations. People are rightfully frustrated – while they willingly contribute to support those in need, they expect their funds to be utilized responsibly, not to pay off debts or finance extravagant lifestyles.

In the Vietnamese League of Legends community, a similar controversy unfolded around two months ago. SE manager Cao Le Tuan Tu faced accusations of misusing nearly VND180 million in charity funds donated by fans of the League of Legends group, specifically for player Noway, back in October 2020. Adding fuel to the fire, Ba Tu provoked even more anger when he expressed his intention to use the money for potential future floods.

Fortunately, recent developments shed light on a positive turn of events. Noway, the affected player, took to his official fan page to share images confirming that he and Ba Tu have finally resolved the long-standing controversy surrounding the charity funds. Noway proudly disclosed that they have transferred the amount of 200 million VND to the Covid19 Vaccine Fund. Although this doesn’t align with the original intended purpose of the donation, most fans agree that supporting the Covid19 Vaccine Fund is a sensible plan.

To reinforce the resolution, several images were shared on the fan page, capturing the moment of completion of the charity money transaction. These images not only symbolize the end of a contentious period but also signify the commitment of both parties involved to do right by the initial intention of helping others. The shared images can be viewed on the Capturing Fantasy website, a platform dedicated to bringing you the latest updates and insights from the esports realm.

See also  Warhammer 3: Conquering Steam with its Epic Gameplay

Furthermore, SBTC Esports management has taken responsibility for their delayed response and mishandling of the charity funds. They have extended their apologies to the fan community, acknowledging the shortcomings and delays in addressing the matter. While the resolution doesn’t align precisely with the donors’ original intent, it ultimately provides a satisfactory conclusion to the controversy.

As we move forward, it is crucial to remain mindful of the impact and implications of our actions, especially when it comes to handling donations and funds meant to make a positive difference. Transparency, reliability, and accountability are key pillars that should guide individuals and organizations involved in managing charitable endeavors.

Let’s celebrate this resolution as a step towards upholding the values of fairness and integrity within the esports community. Together, we can ensure that the spirit of giving remains strong and that the impact of our efforts can be truly transformative.

Any further comments or inquiries regarding this article should be directed to Mr. Duy, the Editor-in-Chief, via email at