‘Tomorrow all of your lies will come out’: S1mple claps again in messy lodge debacle

Skilled Counter-Strike participant for Natus Vincere Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev claimed yesterday that lodge rooms offered by ESL for the Professional League Season 16 playoffs in Malta had unlivable circumstances, together with ants and moldy ventilators. The moldy lodge saga continued right now, with new statements from each the professional participant and the lodge.

The lodge said the Ukrainian CS:GO participant spent three weeks “consuming, ingesting and ordering takeout” and refused to let workers enter his room “below any circumstances,” in line with a report from Ana Tortell from Maltese media platform Lovin Malta right now. The Maltese lodge alleged that s1mple left a “don’t disturb” signal on his door, stopping the room from being cleaned and resulting in ants and mildew increase over his three-week keep.

Moreover, the lodge described s1mple’s unique tweets as “deceptive.” The participant, the lodge claims, left his lodge room in disarray, with meals remnants scattered round his lodge room and would go away outdated meals within the lodge corridors.

S1mple responded to the article sharing the lodge’s response. “The room was cleaned after I returned to Malta on tenth Sept and the mildew was all the time there,” the CS:GO participant wrote. “I’ve by no means scattered meals in my room, I’m not that soiled LOL.”

initially, the CS:GO player voiced his grievances on Twitter yesterday, saying his lodge room in Malta was lined in ants with mildew surrounding the air flow system. “ESL get up and inform your workers to recollect what professionalism is, horrible communication with the groups and with this shit lodge,” s1mple wrote.

His chain of tweets finally led to a response from ESL, with the event organizers responding that the organizer has “had a reasonably lively dialogue with all groups and gamers for the reason that begin of EPL” and that the lodge was of “excessive normal.”

S1mple responded to the lodge’s feedback right now, hinting at extra particulars coming to the floor quickly: “Tomorrow all of your lies will come out.”