First I want to apologize to everyone that supports Kingdom eSports, fans, partners, we love you all. I can't express how disappointed I am at the way we were represented at MLG Orlando. I had nothing but high hopes for the team we had in place and them proving they deserved to be there. The team has been nothing but professional at representing us up until what occurred today.

The player in question has expressed his deepest apologizes for what has happened. I let him know how disappointed I was to find out about what he had done. It's not only upsetting to me but he let down his teammates. So for anyone asking, will let you know what lead to the team being disqualified. One player supposedly acquired a different MLG account that had more points than what his original count had. He then signed up under that account for this event. MLG took notice, questioned the player and then disqualified the team. I had no prior knowledge to any of this but take full responsibility for any player that represents this brand. I am sorry to everyone we let down as an organization.

When owning and operating a professional eSports organization you have to take the highs with the lows. You learn from mistakes and hope to never repeat them. I respect MLG and the ruling they put in place and apologize to them for this happening. We will continue to strive to be a top notch, respected organization within Call of Duty and every other game we compete in. Thank you to everyone that supports us and continues to support us everyday. If anyone has any questions or comments feel free to reach out to me.

David Beasley
Founder/CEO Kingdom eSports

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