poizon signs with Windigo amid contractual dispute with Bpro
On the night of October 24 poizon tweeted he would no longer play for Bpro and was immediately linked to a possible move to Windigo. The Ukrainian organization's CEO, Maksym Bednarskyi, then tweeted an offer had been made to Bpro but no agreement was reached between the two sides.
Having been benched from his team, poizon then claimed to unilaterally break the contract with Bpro, prompting Gerenski to once again say that the player would still be bound by the contract as "he is not allowed to play or represent any other organization until October of 2019, and failure to comply with these terms will result in legal proceedings."
"On behalf of BPro Gaming I would like to inform you that Valentin ‘poizon’ Vasilev’s contract with our organisation is valid until October 2019." Gerenski told HLTV.org
"Windigo Gaming's offer and its terms are not acceptable and explicitly rejected by us. Considering the preceding, any relationships with our player will be considered illegal and qualified player poaching. Maksym Bednarskyi’s statement that poizon doesn’t have any legal obligations is completely false."