ex-Epsilon retract comments
Epsilon's former team have retracted their earlier comments about their treatment by the organisation.
The Spanish team made headlines on Wednesday evening as they parted company with Epsilon over alleged broken promises during their seven-month stint with the organisation.
Among other complaints about Epsilon were alleged repeated delays in the payment of their salaries and the organisation's failure to cover travel costs and tournament entry fees on numerous occasions.
The Spanish team have retracted their earlier comments
Epsilon reacted to the comments on their website and issued a statement of their own in which they stressed that "all contractual obligations were met and salaries paid", adding that, in announcing their departure from the organisation without written notification, the players were breaching their contracts.
Francesc "donQ" Savall Garcia has now retracted the team's comments targeted at Epsilon, blaming a language barrier for the delays in having certain demands met.
"We would like to apologize to Epsilon and clarify our statement, as the general public has misinterpreted the situation," Savall Garcia said in a statement.
"All financial & contractual obligations of Epsilon have been respected; however the language barrier creates frustration and delay, add to that the lack of results have put tension between both parties.
"We decided upon ourselves to leave the team and start from fresh without any pressure, however realized it was perhaps not the most appropriate way of proceeding.
"We are happy to say though, that we have sat down with Epsilon and agreed on release terms. As of today we will now be looking for new goals."
The Spanish team continue on the lookout for a new organisation to represent and can be contacted by e-mail (email@example.com), with their lineup looking as follows: