- Mar 4, 2019
Possibly the most logical explanation in this thread. I second to that, money was most likely available for AOE4, that also explains commitment of AOE4 since he himself said, NAC4 plans started in September.Perhaps this $100K was available only for AOE4 and not AOE2
So there are 3 serious legal concerns here:
1- Nili knew that more money was available for AOE4 instead of AOE2 so his commitment could be biased.
2- Nili used money for his tournament, which will be broadcasted on his channel so he will benefit from it directly (not even indirectly, so this is actually quite serious issue).
3- Nili used GL headquarter which he is affiliated with, which means he can/may indirectly benefit from this arrangement. A nut-head like me can say, that explains why GL keep a top400 (optimistic) AOE4 player in a professional team.
I am literally working in tech branch of an audit company, when audit in, no matter how good our project, we are kicked out. These are really serious issues.
Microsoft is not a private company, so if you really want to open a lawsuit, you just need to buy 1 share. And you can actually win, but it will cost a fortune and since Nili will never be in US lands (unless he went poker), he might never be judged.Microsoft is a private company that can do what they like, it still feels a bit wrong.