Hello to all members of the CSGO gaming and betting community. We wanted to touch on a subject that has come up this week in order to dispel any concerns or rumors that may arise.

When we first launched CSGO Diamonds, we contacted Moe looking to sponsor him. This involved him playing on CSGO Diamonds during his stream to generate traffic and build interest. After discussing details for a few days, we agreed that he would get 20% of all profits made in the first month and 10% of all profits the following months. In addition to this, he would be given Diamonds on the site to use while on stream which he could bet but not withdraw. This was in exchange for him streaming. He told us he would be streaming for roughly 110-130 hours a month.

Everything went well for the first six weeks but then we noticed he began streaming less and less. At the two month mark and noticing the decrease in exposure, we approached Moe about it. He said he was busy with real life and dealing with Echo Fox which we sympathised with. He continued on to say, I quote, "If u feel that at the end of May I didn't pull my own weight u can simply say we're done or renegotiate or something". That sounded fair to us so we continued things as they were. Unfortunately for us, nothing changed and his streams were less frequent in comparison to the agreement. Then, he notified us that he was going to be busy with E-League so he would not be able to stream.

We approached him on the 1st of June, roughly 2 weeks ago, ready to either re-negotiate or provide him a severance payment and end our sponsorship with him. This conversation did not go very well and Moe got upset and threatened to 'expose' us for something he himself was also involved in. This relates to the twitter post from June 12th.

Allow a moment for us to explain this situation. Since we're a provably fair site, we are able to check all future rolls just like any other provably fair site. For example, CSGO Double could tell you what the next 100 colours will be. It's important to note that just because we can see future results doesn't mean we can change them. If a roll's result were to ever be manipulated, you would be able to see this when you go to verify the roll (the result of the check would not match what you saw during your roll). In a quick decision, we made a mistake with Moe and decided to tell him some of his future rolls in an effort to make his stream more entertaining on our site. (It's important to note we did not do this with any other sponsor and, rightly so, have learned from the mistake.)
This happened in both directions, at times we provided him a future roll and other times he would ask us for a roll result while on stream. This is what he is threatening to 'expose' us with, although he had a willing part in this too.

He threatened this in efforts to keep the 10% of all profits deal with us. After we saw this, we knew immediately that we did not want anything further to do with the situation so we decided to offer him the severance payment and part ways. He agreed to the payment and to part ways. Following this, we found out that he had been providing false, negative information regarding our site to our sponsors. He has now taken to Twitter, regarding the withdrawal of Diamonds that, as mentioned previously, were never to be withdrawn as part of the original agreement.

In the interest of transparency, we have instead chosen to explain the situation ourselves to you all. We welcome all discussions or questions and apologize for any confusion this may have provided you throughout this situation. However, we want to maintain our integrity and plan to continue our growth in the future. You, the community, are a critical key to our success and have gotten us to this point. In return, we shall continue to give you our best efforts in order to provide you with the best experience we can offer.

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