NETHERREALM STUDIOS DEALS WITH ABUSE BY PULLING OUT MORTAL KOMBAT 11
It’s Evo Online’s fallback to 3 games only: NetherRealm Studios has just pulled out Mortal Kombat 11 from their roster due to the tournament’s president behaving like a total jackass.
It seems the abovesaid tournament’s president, Joey “Mr. Wizard” Cuellar, has been slapped with allegations of abuse, harassment and other beauties, so the developers decided to show their support to everyone in the Fighting Game Community who have spoken out against this sicko by removing the game from Evo entirely.
Cuellar is on administrative leave, but the sexual harassment and pedophilia investigation is still pending: just so you know, it seems Cuellar paid an underage 17-year-old boy twenty bucks to see his penis (that was in 2001) and frequently gave away tokens to other underagers to jump in a pool with only underwear on. This caused players such as Final Kombat 2020 champion Dominique “SonicFox” McLean, to get sick and opt out of the event.
As you may recall, MK11 was one of the four games that were added to the main online roster after the coronavirus-forced cancelation of Evo 2020. It had already pulled in to sign over 1,000 competitors, which really looks like good support from NetherRealm.
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